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Playing With Numbers: How Math Can Help You Win

Playing With Numbers: How Math Can Help You Win
Wed, Apr 30

06:00 pm

Your friends will call you the ‘wizard of odds’ after attending this special game night. Pick-up a few simple math tips and tricks to enhance your skills - for the casino, family game night, and even your fantasy football league.
  • Tickets

    No reservation required

    Price: $5

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  • Location

    Rembrandt's

    741 North 23rd Street

    Philadelphia, PA, 19130

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  • Partners

    The Franklin Institute
    The Franklin Institute
    The Franklin Institute
    In 1824, The Franklin Institute was founded to honor Benjamin Franklin and to advance the usefulness of his inventions. Today, The Franklin Institute is a vibrant organization that continues to offer new and exciting science learning experiences for the citizens of Philadelphia. The Institute has grown to become an integral part of the city by providing a hands-on approach to science and technology through community outreach initiatives and innovative partnerships in public education. It has become a dynamic agent of change through its rich array of exhibitions, programs, lectures, and discussions designed to illuminate issues in contemporary science. The Franklin Institute continues to reflect Benjamin Franklin’s spirit of inquiry and discovery as it strives to inspire an understanding of and passion for science and technology learning.
    University of the Sciences
    University of the Sciences
    University of the Sciences
    University of the Sciences offers students a challenging learning experience in a proving ground for successful professionals in science and healthcare-related fields. A private, coeducational institution dedicated to education, research, and service, and distinguished as the nation’s first college of pharmacy, the University has produced leaders in the sciences and healthcare marketplace since its founding in 1821. T­he 3,000 students in USciences’ five colleges learn to excel in scientific analysis and to apply their skills to improving science and healthcare in their communities and in the lives of people worldwide in such disciplines as pharmacy, biology, physical therapy, healthcare business, and health policy.
    La Salle University
    La Salle University
    La Salle University
    La Salle University is an independent, coeducational insititution that was founded in Philadelphia in 1863 by the De La Salle Christian Brothers, a Catholic order dedicated to teaching and career preparation. Today, La Salle has three schools—Arts and Sciences, Business, and Nursing and Health Sciences—as well as the College of Professional and Continuing studies, and serves more than 7,000 graduate and undergraduate students. In 2009, La Salle University reaffirmed its longstanding commitment to the sciences by opening its renovated and expanded Holroyd Hall, featuring the Hugh and Nancy Devlin Center for Science and Technology.
    Drexel University
    Drexel University
    Drexel University
    Drexel University enrolls more than 22,000 students and offers 96 bachelor’s programs, 88 master’s programs, 35 doctoral programs, a doctor of medicine program, a juris doctorate and 45 graduate-level certificate programs. Drexel is ranked among the best national doctoral universities by U.S.News & World Report in its “America’s Best Colleges 2011,” and many of Drexel’s other programs across its colleges and schools are consistently ranked among the nation’s best.
    Rembrandt's
    Rembrandt's
    Rembrandt's
  • Activities

    Featuring Math Tips for:

    Fantasy Football, Rubik’s Cubes, Battleship, 2d6 games (Catan, Monopoly,
    Craps), Poker, Blackjack, Pencil and Paper Games, Word Games (Scrabble, Hangman,
    Wheel of Fortune), Virtual pool, Giant Soma Cube

    LaSalle University: Insanity
    Cube Game                                                      

    Drexel University: Monte Hall
    Problem                                                                                                                                                              

    University of the Sciences: Gambler’s Ruin