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I. Overview Academic Games Leagues of America (AGLOA) sponsors six different Academic Games interscholastic competitions for students in grades 4 – 12. Students compete in four Divisions: Elementary (grades 4-6), Middle (7-8), Junior (9-10), or Senior (11-12). Three of...
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Elementary Equations® Variations Note {counting numbers} = {natural numbers} = {positive integers} = {1, 2, 3, 4, …} {whole numbers} = { 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, …} GENERAL RULE If * is used for raising to a power,...
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Each Equation-writer must not only create a correct Solution but must also clearly communicate the Solution to the Checker(s) so that they can verify that the Solution equals the writer’s interpretation of the Goal. A Equation-writer must remove all ambiguity...
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Basic Equations can be introduced with the following seven rules. The complete set of the Official Tournament Rules should be used once players become familiar with the game. I. GOAL Rule Two- or three-player matches will be played. To start,...
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Additional minute The extra 60 seconds a player receives to complete what he must do after the first time limit has expired; by the end of this extra minute, the player must complete the action or receive a second...
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Elementary On-Sets® Variations Required cube The Solution must contain a ___ cube. The player selecting this variation specifies which non-digit symbol from the Resources fills the blank in the previous sentence. Wild cube The ___ cube may represent any...
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Section OS-A: Beginning a Shake And Selecting Variations NOTE Many situations involving combinations of variation selections are covered by the comments following the variations in Section XIII of the On-Sets Tournament Rules. Situations A1-A19 in section A of the...
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