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Furbles | ptolemy.co.uk “Furbles are the shape of things to come: this software is technology at its best and well worth the money.” John Dabell, TES Magazine Furbles started life as an idea for teaching statistics in an interesting way with children from KS1 to KS3. The original version was published in 2003 online, and its popularity spread. It has been downloaded and used over 20,000 times in the last five years. In 2006 Sherston Software commissioned me to write a commercial version. Furbles was originally devised as an innovative way of imagining statistics and the depiction of statistics. Part of the idea of Furbles was also to encourage teachers to take a fresh look at how to teach the subjects. This model of a Furble (right) from Ferndown Middle School is a wonderful example of some work that lead from Furbles at a primary school. If you are interested in purchasing the 2008 commercial version, then please visit the Sherston Software website.

Print Free Graph Paper Math in Daily Life When you buy a car, follow a recipe, or decorate your home, you're using math principles. People have been using these same principles for thousands of years, across countries and continents. Whether you're sailing a boat off the coast of Japan or building a house in Peru, you're using math to get things done. How can math be so universal? Join us as we explore how math can help us in our daily lives. Ready to get started? All Elementary Mathematics - Online Mathematical School Cool Math 4 Kids Times Tables Help - How Multiplying Works (times tables) Here's another one: This means that you have three groups of 5! Put the three groupstogether... How many pentagons do you have? Count them... So, our answer is: Let's switch the numbers around and do it the different way! This means that you have five groups of 3! Put the five groupstogether... Count them...

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The Thirty Greatest Mathematicians Click for a discussion of certain omissions. Please send me e-mail if you believe there's a major flaw in my rankings (or an error in any of the biographies). Obviously the relative ranks of, say Fibonacci and Ramanujan, will never satisfy everyone since the reasons for their "greatness" are different. Following are the top mathematicians in chronological (birth-year) order. Earliest mathematicians Little is known of the earliest mathematics, but the famous Ishango Bone from Early Stone-Age Africa has tally marks suggesting arithmetic. Early Vedic mathematicians The greatest mathematics before the Golden Age of Greece was in India's early Vedic (Hindu) civilization. Top Thales of Miletus (ca 624 - 546 BC) Greek domain Thales was the Chief of the "Seven Sages" of ancient Greece, and has been called the "Father of Science," the "Founder of Abstract Geometry," and the "First Philosopher." Apastambha (ca 630-560 BC) India Pythagoras of Samos (ca 578-505 BC) Greek domain Tiberius(?)

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GradeAmathelp.com: Free Math Help for All How to measure butter & margarine How to Measure Butter Is 1/2 lb. of butter the same as 1/2 cup of butter? The recipe writers of the world have entered into a conspiracy to make cooking with butter way more complex than it should be. In one recipe they ask for a half-cup of butter. In the next, they ask for 8 tablespoons. In this country, butter is mostly packaged in 1-pound boxes, with four individually wrapped quarters or sticks. Butter Measurement Translation Chart to Defeat Nefarious Recipe Writers* *This also works for margarine that comes in 1-pound boxes.

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