The Foxes Awards 
On October 9th 2006, Mimi received a Math Award for answering Columbus State University Math Contest question correctly: Congratulations Mimi! 
Congratulations, on October 24th Ryan received a Math Award for answering Columbus State University Algebra in Action question correctly Arrange the digits 1, 1, 2, 2, 3, and 3 to form a sixdigit number such that the 1s have one digit between them, the 2s have two digits between them, and the 3s have three digits between them. What is the sum of all possible sixdigit numbers formed under these conditions? Congratulations Ryan! 
Congratulations, on November 6th , 2006 Nga, Mimi and Tina answered the following correctly: Four children went trickortreating on Halloween night to different houses in their neighborhood. At each house they were given a variety of candy. The following table shows the type of candy and quantity given at that particular house. Mike went to houses A,C,E,F; Jose went to houses A,C,D,F; Ashley went to houses A,B,C,F; Jackie went to houses A, B,D, E. Determine who received the most gum and how many pieces did that person receive. Congratulations Nga, Mimi and Tina!

On October 16th 2006, Cindy and Tina received a Math Award for answering Columbus State University Math Contest question correctly: Congratulations Tina! 
Congratulations, on November 20th , 2006 Carl answered the following correctly: A cute little bunny rabbit is sitting at the bottom of a long flight of stairs. As the bunny travels up the stairs, she takes two hops up the stairs then 1 hop down the stairs. In other words, she takes one hop up to stair one, one hop up to stair two, and one hop down to stair one for a total of three hops. The bunny wants to get to the twelfth step where several carrots are sitting. If the bunny continues the pattern of taking two hops up the stairs and 1 hop down the stairs, how many hops will she have to take to reach the carrots on the twelfth step? Be careful, this is a tricky rabbit Congratulations Carl

Congratulations, on December 11 , 2006 Daryl, Le, Thomas, Joyce, and Ryan answered correctly: I have a basket of fruit that contains only bananas, apples and oranges. The basket contains 2 bananas, 6 red apples and 8 green apples. If the total number of pieces of fruit is three times the number of apples in the basket, how many oranges are in the basket?
Congratulations Le, Thomas, Joyce Ryan and Daryl (from room 23)

Congratulations, on January 22, 2007 Daryl from room 23, answered correctly: Six women and 12 men weigh a total of 3090 pounds. If the women in the group have an average weight of 125 pounds, what is the average weight of the men in the group
Congratulations Daryl from the Foxes
