Here, representing many hours of data collection, including several notebook-equipped excursions to Cub Foods, I present to you the Comprehensive Oreo Database.
I would like to replace the present system initial licensure exams in secondary mathematics teaching with a single task: Design a mathematics lesson around some or all of this information, including answer key for all tasks.
Until this happens (at which point the information below will be embargoed for test-security purposes), I share it with you.
|Oreo type||Serving size (in cookies)||Calories per serving||Fat grams per serving||Mass per serving||Notes|
|Berry burst ice cream||2||150||7||30|
|Cookie dough||2||140||6||29||Sighted Feb. 3, 2014|
|Double chocolate fudge creme||3||180||9||36||One choc. wafer & one serving choc. stuf, coated in fudge|
|Double Stuf Heads or Tails||2||140||7||29|
|Football||2||120||5||26||These are shaped like a football|
|Fudge creme||3||180||9||35||One choc. wafer & one serving van. stuf, coated in fudge|
|Golden Double Stuf||2||150||7||30|
|Marshmallow Crispy||2||140||6||29||Spotted Feb. 3, 2014|
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