Over Seventy students participated in CIA's engineering night. The students and parents rotated through eight different booths that offered them the opportunity to solve an engineering challenge.
One example was the mining for chocolate booth in which all engineers had to devise a plan for extracting as many chocolate chips from a cookie as they could in eight minutes. After time had expired, they calculated how much damage the cookie sustained and how much chocolate was extracted. Based on the total of each students then calculated how much money they had earned.
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