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Q: Why does algebra make you a better dancer? A: Because you can use algo-rhythm.




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Ratio has many mathematical links, as demonstrated in this question on gradient. What strategies will your students use to find these gradients? Substituting numbers? Bar Models? Accurate construction?




Ratio has many mathematical links, as demonstrated in this question on gradient. What strategies will your students use to find these gradients? Substituting numbers? Bar Models? Accurate construction?







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The smallest square has an area of 1. What shaded areas are possible when only shading in 'full' squares?



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