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Math terms – learning with humor

August3

“There is a fine line between a Numerator and Denominator but only a fraction of people will find it funny!” How can you tell the difference between a Numerator and Denominator? Answer: make up something silly. For example, the Denominator starts with a “D”, so it is the “down” part of a fraction. Or, there […]

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How we construct bar graphs in New Zealand

March28
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More Math Humor

March27
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Math Humor

December3

If the room is feeling too cold, just stand in the corner because it’s always 90 degrees there!

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Crazy Classroom Mathematics

October24
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Math Jokes – you either love them or h8 them!

September26
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Join the line of Mathematicians…

May23
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Math Equations Delay Flight

May8

An Italian maths professor was recently escorted off an American Airlines flight after a fellow passenger feared his mysterious scribbling on a notepad was evidence that he was a terrorist. In fact Guido Menzio was working on an equation connected with a presentation on price-setting he was due to present. He was flying from Philadelphia […]

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The Richter Scale … NOT!

February28

Time for some humour. Here is a different take on our earlier article about Logarithms and the Richter Scale. From the NZ Herald Sideswipe Column (click on image for link). Actually, being in an earthquake of any sort is very terrifying and nature has no way of letting you know when it’s all over! I […]

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