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Robert J Smith 44m
If you pull out 5 as a factor then your staff member is suggesting 5=3+rt6 which it doesn’t
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Robert J Smith 47m
It’s not !!! That’s why !!!
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mathscpdchat 8h
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Robert J Smith 17h
Replying to @honeypisquared
I had to check !!!
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Robert J Smith 17h
Are you talking about MathsTed or Clacton ??
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Tess Maths 17h
Replying to @RJS2212 @robotmaths
Plus Honey and the illicit affair they had in Clacton on Sea 😳
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Stuart Price 22h
Not quite, , as the numbers in the Fibonacci sequence approach the ratio ( 1 + √5 ) / 2 not 1.618. But you are close though 😄
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Robert J Smith 22h
To get 17 is an interesting discussion as 8+8+1 miles approx 28km 3+3+3+3+3+2 approx 28km 5+5+5+2 approx 27km Actual 17 miles = 27.359km so it’s not bad !!!
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Robert J Smith 23h
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Don’t forget I’ll see you tomorrow !!
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Robert J Smith May 19
Because you are not a member of and not read the great articles ... Around £5.20/month by direct debit depending on membership you go for !!
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Jo Morgan May 19
Lots of comments on this post.
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DrewƦ&ℝ May 19
How to use Fibonacci Series to convert from miles to km... Numbers in the Fibonacci series are approx. equivalent in km to the previous number in miles! Source:
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Jo Morgan May 19
Big week ahead!
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Robert J Smith May 19
Replying to @FryRsquared
Congratulations !!!
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Hannah Fry May 18
Baby Fry is here! And showing signs of being a mathematician already. Here she is with a rather marvellous demonstration of a singular point on a smooth vector field. 🍼
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DrewƦ&ℝ May 18
I heard speak at & have been hooked ever since... If you are member you can enjoy more inspirational insights into maths in Mathematics in School Vol 48 No 3
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Katharine Birbalsingh May 18
at Eurovision - Is it me it is this just awful? I feel bad saying it! 😱
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Chris McGrane May 18
CPD Twilight session in Motherwell on 12th June. How CPAL ideas can be used as the basis of teaching integers, algebra and equations using a coherent model. £50 per teacher (£40 for subsequent teachers from same school). Free to memebers. Sign up:
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Robert J Smith May 18
I think has a good post-person / robot that delivers his mail !!!
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