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Mark Greenaway
Mathematics AST interested in new ideas and Contextual Problems
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Jonathan Hall 13h
Replying to @mathsmumof2
Is this any good?
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Nature is Amazing ☘️ Dec 12
This bird lost all her feathers when she got sick — but she has the BEST mom now and can't stop singing.
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Mark Greenaway Dec 12
Replying to @AQAMaths
Just asked about this Good news ;-)
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Team Maths Dec 11
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Mike Anderson Dec 11
Maths teachers: Have you found our entire collection of Core Maths resources yet? They're here:
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LBC Dec 10
Police are on the hunt for a man who drop-kicked a tent containing two homeless people while his friends filmed it on a phone
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Nicole Kornet Dec 7
I JUST WON A CAR. THAT WAS EASY.
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Jo Morgan Dec 9
Handy page for copying & pasting mathematical symbols into tweets: ∴ ⦃ ⦄ ∞ ⦠ ∛ ∫ ½ ⅗ ⚄ △
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Mark Greenaway Dec 9
Focusing on student approach and quality of mathematical presentation using the longer GCSE questions - 2017 and specimen questions here
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John Urschel Dec 2
I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a truer meme... Best of luck to everyone with the end of semester and finals this December!
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Mark Greenaway Dec 9
2 or 3 for me
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Michael Rubin Dec 8
This morning I took the plunge and created a website for sharing 3-act math tasks I've created! My first task is linked below.
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Nature is Amazing ☘️ Dec 8
If Planets were as close as the Moon
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eylem gercek boss Dec 7
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Mark Greenaway Dec 7
Surprisingly simple and I also wasn't aware
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Mark Greenaway Dec 7
Have you got an explanation of this please?
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Mark Greenaway Dec 7
Replying to @engagingmath
I am sorry but I do not know the original source - which might cause you a problem?
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Mark Greenaway Dec 6
Replying to @GiftedBA
Or more closely matched to your activity
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Mark Greenaway Dec 6
Replying to @GiftedBA
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Mark Greenaway Dec 5
Replying to @_eylem_99
Ratio of curved edge is 7/4 Let radius of green sector = r then large sector = r+2 So (r+2)/r = 7/4 So 4(r+2)=7r leading to r = 8/3 So 2pi*r*(AOB)/360=4, leading to pi*AOB/360 = 3/4 So area = pi*AOB/360*r^2 = 3/4*64/9=16/3
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