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Tag Archives: Problem Solving
The Chocolate Princess
Tonight I am marking a Cubic Functions test ready for my year 11 Maths Methods class, first session tomorrow morning. We will start studying Circular functions so I called into the supermarket to buy 20 paper plates. We will use them to … Continue reading
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A Puzzle a Day
After my last embarrassing post, its back to serious posts. There are a number of websites that follow the theme “A puzzle a day” or “Problem of the week”. One such site is Education World which states: ‘Puzzles exercise students’ critical thinking … Continue reading
Broken Calculators
There are certain Maths activities that seem to engage students without fail. Broken calculator activities is one of these. The flash interactive at subtangent has six levels and a time limit on each. Try this broken calculator which allows you … Continue reading