Didn’t July seem to go on for ever? What’s that? Oh. Um, yeah, delayed Episode 17 because @reflectivemaths (Dave Gale) decided a family holiday was more important than your listening pleasure. What a selfish man.
This month, we talk about:
- Dave’s failure to send a postcard
- The contents of fruit-juice flavoured product
- The dubious claims of a mattress sales pitch
- Worthington’s rule, via @gottwurfelt and @theoremoftheday (Colin mistakenly attributes it to @onthisdayinmaths)
- @mrbuckton4maths makes his calculator do odd things, and we lay down the law.
- Dave gets hold of a QI klaxen and asks Colin some questions about Celsius, cleanliness and sudoku
- @srcav and @mathsjem wonder about stem-and-leaf diagrams
- Questionnaires with no middle choice - sometimes appropriate or the embodiment of pure evil?
- Colin takes a course with some George Box in it
- Gold stars for @notonlyahatrack and @srcav for last month’s puzzle (and a klaxen for Colin); nobody knows why students cross out their work
- This month’s puzzle is, what’s missing from the following sequence? 16 06 68 88 __ 98
- Colin doesn’t understand: why people say “I’m no good at maths.”
- PS: Big MathsJam, Stone, Staffs, 2nd and 3rd of November - registrations now open. We’re both likely to be there, but don’t let that put you off.
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