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Alex (Mr Bramley 🍎) Oct 21
Making full use of our dot today in Maths. Year 6 were enthused and motivated to beat to the times table fact. They wanted me to post this video to spread the idea for others 💡
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Sacha Foulkes Oct 22
A simple but effective way to help children multiply and divide by 10, 100 & 1000. All you need is a place value grid and a plain laminated sheet to write on. This really supported by Maths class today in solving worksheets.
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Miss Cowley Oct 25
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Antonio Sánchez Chinchón Oct 28
library(tidyverse) tibble(t = (1:2300)*2.4432, x = sin(t), y = cos(t)) %>% ggplot(aes(x*t, y*t)) + geom_point(size=58, alpha=.1, shape=13)+ coord_equal() + theme_void()
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Antonio Sánchez Chinchón Oct 23
library(tidyverse) seq(-4,4,by=.012) %>% expand.grid(x=., y=.) %>% ggplot(aes(x=(1-abs(x)-sin(y^2)), y=(1+y-cos(x^2)))) + geom_point(alpha=.03, shape=20, size=0)+ theme_void()+ coord_polar()
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Arka Mehatari Oct 29
An interesting sum. Converges to negative log.
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Srinivasa Raghava ζ(1/2 + i σₙ )=0 Oct 28
I am sure it's a beautiful result...but it's only an approximate value(?). Any improvements are welcome!
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Teachers of Maths Oct 25
The 'CPD for Mathematics Teachers' videos from provide FREE training for professionals, delivered by knowledgeable educators. NOW on the ATM website at Wide range of topics covered.
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Puzzle of the Week Oct 26
Good Morning! Below is Puzzle number 139, get your entries in by Sunday 1st November at
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Srinivasa Raghava ζ(1/2 + i σₙ )=0 Oct 25
A beautiful relation between the Fourier and inverse Fourier transforms via a differential equation.
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@PrimaryStJohnJerusalem Oct 22
In Year 1 we have been doing subtraction and addition equations!
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Miss Gallagher Oct 22
First time teaching remotely today! A few technical difficulties at the start, but we got there in the end. The students were fantastic and adapted so quickly 💫
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Srinivasa Raghava ζ(1/2 + i σₙ )=0 Oct 23
Evaluate this trigonometric integral in a closed-form.
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Dr. Bill Tozzo Oct 24
😎 Is the Electoral College unfair? – Yummy Math
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Whipple Museum Oct 21
It's ! These apple models were used to teach fractions. Each one is divided into a different number of segments, which can be pulled apart via a hinge at the bottom.
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D H K Oct 29
Tag That Mathematician Here
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MozartCircle Oct 25
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Teachers of Maths Oct 25
We have more than 30 FREE 'Maths Snacks' videos on our website at The 2 minute long videos - created by ATM experts - provide very accessible puzzles and games to boost understanding.
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