If I were to tell you how I think and feel I would have to say I believe there is a logical reason for everything and if something seems too out of the ordinary I have to find out why. I ask questions all the time and look at numbers to confirm what the answer is. By forming an hypothesis and running an experiment, I can find out if the numbers support the conclusion.

- Asking “what if” questions and exploring possible answers
- Math and science, numbers and data
- Experimenting and looking at the results
- Code breaking
- Solving mysteries
- Counting things, estimating or guessing numbers of things
- Computers
- Organizing information of graphs and charts
- Statistics and percentages
- How things work
- Problem solving
- Strategy games like checkers, chess, or Battleship, brain teasers

To do mathematics is to engage in an act of discovery and conjecture, intuition and inspiration.

Paul Lockhart

- Calculators
- Computers
- Money and measurement
- Measuring devices, such as clocks and thermometers, rulers, liquid measurements, mileage
- Graphs

- In a laboratory
- Taking measurements of all kinds (ingredients in a recipe, rainfall, distance, etc.)
- Making predictions
- Math Olympiads
- Robotics construction/competition
- Odyssey of the Mind
- Math competitions such as Noetic Learning Math Contest, MATHCOUNTS
- Watching TV programs such as: Bill Nye the Science Guy, National Geographic, NOVA
- Museum of Nature and Science, Children’s Museum, Planetarium

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