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Zoe Griffiths
Maths communicator, workshops and talks for schools (). Ex secondary maths teacher. All views are my own.
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Nerd Nite London Jan 17
Big thanks to last night's entertaining and passionate speakers , Shaun and . Next event Feb 20, tickets on sale soon.
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Susan Okereke Jan 16
Hilarious & thought provoking talk by at on how statistics can (& often do) get manipulated. Be alert people!
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Nerd Nite London Jan 11
What's your favourite statistic of 2018? will explain how statistics can lie to you at January
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Zoe Griffiths Jan 11
I still have no understanding of how anyone could think he's boring!
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David Goodman Jan 10
Britain, imperial memory and Brexit. and I take a look for at how the country that mastered globalization in the 18th and 19th centuries has succumbed to the popular suspicion of it in the 21st....
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Zoe Griffiths Jan 8
I'm there!
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Think Maths Jan 7
Which is the next year you can re-use your 2019 calendar? We made some activities about calendars for the first week back at school:
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Zoe Griffiths Jan 6
Come and watch this! I'll be doing some live statistics and making some jokes.
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Zoe Griffiths Jan 3
Can't believe YouTube didn't know what we were looking for.
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Sam Hartburn Jan 3
Take a list of the primes, missing none Find the product and to it add one Then this numeric actor Has a different prime factor So the list missed a prime, and so on
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Zoe Griffiths Jan 3
Replying to @rosiejcmellors
Yeah I did the same! But got there in the end.
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Zoe Griffiths Jan 2
Very excited about my . Who needs to own a house when you've got a railcard?
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Zoe Griffiths Jan 1
2019 is going well so far. I am very lucky. Onwards!
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Zoe Griffiths Jan 1
Replying to @mscroggs
Woohoo!
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Zoe Griffiths Dec 31
Replying to @CounterOfSheep
I agree!
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Zoe Griffiths Dec 31
I think is great. It benefits lots of different people in many ways. But if you don't try it in 2019, then read this article on the maths of bingo instead.
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Zoe Griffiths Dec 31
I'm proud of the edible Chinese Happy Birthday I made this morning.
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Ed Southall Dec 30
2019 is the smallest number that can be written in 6 ways as the sum of the squares of 3 primes: 7² + 11² + 43² = 2019 7² + 17² + 41² = 2019 13² + 13² + 41² = 2019 11² + 23² + 37² = 2019 17² + 19² + 37² = 2019 23² + 23² + 31² = 2019
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Zoe Griffiths Dec 29
I think stole them!
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Zoe Griffiths Dec 29
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