2. Right and left
Required material: chequered board, tiles with footprint pictures
Q1. With start and finish arranged as in the first match in this video, is it possible for one of the two teams to win?
Q2. With start and finish arranged as in the game won by Anna, could there be a draw?
Q3. Are there any starting and finishing arrangements that favour one of the two teams?
Q4. Given the disposition between starting and finishing positions, is it possible to predict what the gap will be between the winning and the losing team?
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