# #14: 100

### The base 10 equivalent of this binary number:  1100100 = 100

1. Set up your math mini spark recording page: #14: 100

2. Choose one of these projects to earn this mini spark.

• Come up with 100 facts about the number 100. You can include math problems (like the ones listed above)
• Facts that include the number 100
• How to say 100 in different languages
• Learn the scientific names of 100 animals.  Use this site (or another research tool) and present your learning using a tool of your choice (a list on paper, a Keynote, Pic Collage, etc.). Flip a coin 100 times and record the number of heads and tails.  Summarize your results.
• Write a 100 word story about what you think life will be like 100 years from now.
• Research information about life 100 years ago.  This article has some information about how things have changed. You may need to do other research Make a NOW VS THEN chart on your recording page. Compare/Contrast this year to what it was like 100 years ago. Include at least 10 items in your chart.

3. Share your math mini spark recording page with your teacher/EY coordinator.

## 3 thoughts on “#14: 100”

1. Dominic Vincentini says:

I fliped a coin 100 times and got 48 heads and 52 tails.

1. Sam J. says:

That’s because the tails side is slightly heaver than the heads side.