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Wow – that’s a heap of tweets!

March2

Six thousand tweets are sent every second, which corresponds to five hundred million tweets a day. Every sixty seconds, 510,000 comments are posted on Facebook. Add the 1.7 billion websites on the internet and the information exchanged on social media sites such as WhatsApp (one billion users a month), WeChat (697 million users a month), […]

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And a bit of fun for a change …

February20

How many spare parking spaces are in this picture?see Post Support for answer

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Each Number is Significant!

April12

Every number is significant, even small ones that seem insignificant! For example, I was talking with a parent recently who told me that if they give a dose of medicine to an animal and it is incorrectly measured by 2% then it will kill the animal. I must admit that I was quite stunned by […]

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Can you solve the fruit puzzle?

February18

Read Post Support for some clues. Hint: not all bananas are created equal!

Number Sense = Mathematical Skills?

June28

We were finishing up the school term with some last minute marking and writing of student reports. I was also lamenting the inability of many students to know the difference between perimeter, area and volume (more on this in H3 later). Despite a range of teaching techniques (some involving practical measuring of outdoor objects and […]

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