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KJ Cheetham ❄️ #FBPE 🔶 Jul 13
A maths meme that is actually funny rather than stupid: Solve carefully! 230 - 220 x 0.5 = You probably won’t believe it but the answer is 5!
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Idan Tal Jul 8
Drawing an ellipse with two circles
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Guillem Bonet Jul 9
Peaucellicer inversor at the museum
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Idan Tal Jul 9
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Idan Tal Jul 13
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Guillem Bonet Jul 9
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Tim Brzezinski Jul 13
A nice treat! 😃 In , we can now rotate segments about lines to create a surface of REV WITHOUT the need to parameterize the segment using “curve” command. (Note: “g” is defined as a segment below).
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Perton Maths Dept 7h
What fraction is coloured?
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Le Bécachel Sébastien Jul 7
, , Holidays, sea and sun ⛱️🍹☀️ Semicircles. What fraction is shaded in yellow ? 😀
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Lynne Webb Jul 13
Does anyone have a copy of this to hand? I though I had, I thought wrong. It had two experiments with it telepathy and taste testing.
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Kerry Peberdy (nee Miller) Vocalist Jul 11
and before bed. He’s beating me ⁦
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Craig Westby Jul 9
🏅Primary Maths Fluency ➕➖Assessment for the Twitter community **FREE** Share, edit but please give credit. I'd love to know how you use it in your school. Any constructive comments welcome.
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Treasure Map Tales Ltd Jul 14
Time for a challenge! Can you get the answer? It's not as easy as it looks!
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Francesca Arrigo 10h
The bright side of gender imbalance in academia: no queue outside the ladysroom 🤗
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Lancashire Maths (LPDS) 9h
Day one of our new Mastery Two CPD led by Lynsey Norris. Looking forward to the next five sessions.
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Study Phobia 20h
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Tim Brzezinski 11h
TS: 's NEW-AND-IMPROVED SURFACE (of REV) command also EASILY creates surfaces of REV from rotating any polygon, circle, or circular arc about ANY LINE! 😀 More info:
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DeadHardSums 16h
Inverse functions revisited. Try to work through the example, but ask for help if required...
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Lea Forest Head Teacher Jul 14
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Guillem Bonet Jul 14
This two squares are equal. Which is the area proportion between the circle areas?
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