This historical story describes how researchers untangled the relationship between smoking and lung cancer.

A brewer uses this technique to monitor quality differences in multiple batches of the same beer.

The Challenger space shuttle disaster was blamed on faulty O-rings. How can probability calculations on random variables help predict the chances of this kind of failure?

Winter snowpack in the Colorado Rockies can predict spring water supply. Plotting annual measurements in a scatter plot lets resource managers draw a regression line that helps them forecast water availability.

Twin studies track how similar identical and fraternal twins are on various characteristics, even if they don't grow up together. Correlation lets researchers put a number on it.

Casinos are as well versed in probability as statisticians and probability models help them maintain the house advantage over gamblers.

The US counts every resident every 10 years, or at least tries to. Statisticians use sampling from a population as an alternative to a complete count, as utilised at a potato chip factory.

This quality control method helped Quest Diagnostics streamline and improve their system for processing and testing lab samples so they could meet their nightly deadlines.

Marcus du Sautoy inspects Leonardo da Vinci's original Vitruvian Man and discusses its application to architecture and geometry.

Astrophysicist Mario Livio demonstrates how the Fibonacci sequence is represented in nature, observing how the patterns in plants conform to the progression of numbers.

Astrophysicist Mario Livio demonstrates how the probability of a needle falling on a line, or between two lines, has an uncanny relationship to pi.

Duncan Watts reveals how the game and urban myth of Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon helped shape his Small World Project and network theory.

Struggling with Rubik's Cube since it came out in the '80s? Learn how to solve the puzzle from any one of the 43 quintrillion starting points with an algorithm and simple advice.

The Mayans were possibly the first civilisation to use 'zero' as a number and as a concept.

Which TV shows do primary school teachers turn to in the classroom? Explore the range of popular educational and entertaining series made for children, starting with the episodes viewed most by teachers.

Introduce basic counting and addition with Numberblocks. Develop knowledge of angles, describe routes and recognise fractions with MathXplosion. Consolidate students’ understanding of percentages and apply it to food waste in Ecomaths. And orientate your class to map scales and rotating shapes with Look Kool.

Whether you use maths to measure everyday objects or to explore infinity, let Eric Leclerc, Lily Serna and Marcus du Sautoy help you visualise mathematical concepts, apply them to real-life problems and even discover where numbers come from.

Teach your students all aspects of measurement, including how to compare the lengths and capacities of different objects, and understand proportions and ratios.

Introduce the concept of half, full and thirds with the help of EnhanceTV's fractions and decimal curated collection using everyday examples to simplify the maths.

Shapes are all around us so why not use this curated collection in the classroom to assist the juniors to learn all about the different 2D and 3D shapes in our world.

Help your class gain a better understanding of adding and subtracting numbers with this numeracy playlist featuring Count us in, Cyberchase, MathXplosion, Play School and The Number Crew.

Assist your students to identify the value of money while exploring the concept of using and exchanging money with the help of Charlie and Lola, Milly Molly, Numbers Count,Peppa Pig and Tich and Ted Do Maths.

Introduce numbers and teach your students counting with the help of Numtums, the Number Crew and Let's Kick Sum Maths in this numeracy collection.

Discover how a knowledge of numbers can make sense of your life, with practical videos demonstrating numeracy skills, careers in mathematics, and connections between numerals, creativity and the natural world.

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