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Thanks to flashmaths.co.uk for this addictive game to improve “adding” and “subtracting”. I have used it many times for low ability sets as starters and plenaries and it really gets learners engaged. The lower sets tend to be small so it is a great way to end the lesson by getting everyone to have a go. Be warned groups can get very excited when playing this, so you will need to manage the behaviour well. Such a simple game but yet so effective at improving Adding and Subtracting! Warning: Addictive!
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Homer Simpson's scary maths problems 30 October 2013Last updated at 20:13 ET By Simon Singh Science writer For a character living in two dimensions, grasping the idea of life in 3D can be tough - especially if the character in question is Homer Simpson. But one Halloween episode of The Simpsons forces him to confront the concept, and gives viewers a mathematical workout too. Eighteen years ago, the writers of The Simpsons celebrated Halloween with one of their traditional Treehouse of Horror episodes, which included three short stories. After Attack of the 50-Foot Eyesores and Nightmare on Evergreen Terrace, viewers were treated to Homer³, which contains the most intense five minutes of mathematics ever to appear on prime time television. For many people, mathematics is more terrifying than being attacked by an army of zombies, werewolves and vampires, but in this case the various equations were included because the writer of Homer³, David S Cohen, is a fan of numbers.
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Shapes that tessellate Index --- grids --- squares (examples) --- triangles (examples) --- Escher-style (examples) --- for teachers Triangles, squares and hexagons are the only regular shapes which tessellate by themselves. You can have other tessellations of regular shapes if you use more than one type of shape. You can even tessellate pentagons, but they won't be regular ones. Tessellations can be used for tile patterns or in patchwork quilts!
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Squaring two digit numbers in your head All my life I've done mental arithmetic the 'wrong way': I've calculated from left-to-right, instead of right-to-left.
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Moving the decimal point by increment of two digit in a number (factor of 100), moves the decimal point by increments of one digit in its square root (factor of 10).This method works for any base, not just in base 10 (decimal).Feel free to present the calculus anyway you are more comfortable with. Some people write the result above the starting number.An alternative method using continued fractions can be found at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Methods_of_computing_square_roots#Generalized_continued_fraction: How to Calculate a Square Root by Hand
Dance, Factors, Dance – A Variation On Yorgey's Factorization Diagrams Upon first sight of Brent Yorgey’s brilliant Factorization Diagrams, I knew that I should take his lovely little dots and make them dance. Our first tango would be inspired by the digital clock, with a separate diagram for each of the hours, minutes, and seconds. For example, we’d portray 4:34:27 am like so:
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