We were fortunate to have two grade 10 students from #FleetwoodParkSecondary School deliver Elephanatics biodiversity presentation to their fellow math classmates!
We thank Rasudev and Clement for doing a great job at bringing awareness to the critical role elephants play in supporting their ecological habitats, biodiversity, and climate change.
Considering they presented to students in a math class they came up with an equation to calculate the weight of an elephant.
“The equation to calculate the weight of an Indian elephant: Weight= -1010+ 0.036 (LxG), where G is the chest girth and L is the body length.”
The elephants trumpet in thanks to you both!