How about some videos of sneaky maths
tricks, ways of doing sums faster than a calculator, and some very
dodgy dividing?... I hope you enjoy them!
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And if all this puts you in the mood for singing,
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used to think James Blunt was a bit sad. But anyone who is so
passionate about triangles can't be that bad, right?...
like mathematical kareoke!
problems with percentages?... problem solved!
i draw circles on the board, they don't always come out quite
bad maths mistakes in big name movies are finally exposed...
let anyone pull this trick on you...
divided by 7 is 13, right?...
keen for some reggae fractions?
some american pi...
what about a mathematical love song to impress that special
very famous trick that "proves" 2 = 1. can you spot
the mistake they make?
know what you need... someone rapping about decimals.
you are looking for help with circles, then look no further!
together now: mean, median, mode!
you work out how this card trick is done using only maths?...
i think I have got it... sort of!
about a maths trick with matches to impress your friends?
you work out (104) sqaured in 5 seconds?... neither could I,
until i watched this video!
you ever struggle remebering your 9 times table, why not use
your hand instead of your head?
you want to be able to do sums like 13 x 14 in under three seconds?
well, this little tutorial might just be for you!
very clever (and a very sneaky) "proof" that 2 x 2
= 5. can you spot the mistake?