Inspired by @krisreid72 sharing this document with @Fouss, combined with the fact that I was looking for something that my trig students (who just finished a unit on solving triangles using Law of Sines/Law of Cosines) could wrestle with while I am out of the classroom Monday and Tuesday, I came up with an idea.

random caveat: Season 14 had a deaf participant!

I will give students 2 options -

Option 1: No real trig involved, but still challenging thought processes and more stops to make

Find the shortest "round-the-world" trip visiting many of the tallest buildings in the world.Assume (for the current purposes of this project) that you have a private jet/helicopter that can take off/land anywhere in the world.Primary tool: Google mapsGo to http://brtva-math.wikispaces.com/Click Trigonometry in the left navigation barClick Amazing RaceFollow the directions.Option 2: (taken from @krisreid72's project) Significant amount of trig involved, along with challengi…

**The Amazing Race!**random caveat: Season 14 had a deaf participant!

I will give students 2 options -

Option 1: No real trig involved, but still challenging thought processes and more stops to make

Find the shortest "round-the-world" trip visiting many of the tallest buildings in the world.Assume (for the current purposes of this project) that you have a private jet/helicopter that can take off/land anywhere in the world.Primary tool: Google mapsGo to http://brtva-math.wikispaces.com/Click Trigonometry in the left navigation barClick Amazing RaceFollow the directions.Option 2: (taken from @krisreid72's project) Significant amount of trig involved, along with challengi…