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Numbers Count

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Numbers Count reveals how the digits we know today were developed in India and found their way to Europe via Arab travellers, where they evolved further.

1:37

Clip from
Numbers Count

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Numbers Count reveals how Ancient Egyptians used strokes to write down numbers less than 10 and then used different symbols for higher numbers.

4:35

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Behind the News

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When math homework seems a little difficult and boring to want to bother with, it might be helpful to remind yourself how many cool jobs use maths everyday. Meet everyone from ...

5:59

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Let's Kick Sum Maths

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Humorous clip shows how awkward life would be if we couldn't show the scale size of things on designs and maps

3:48

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Scope

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The maths and science behind surfing is explained along with a description of how technology and data can be used to improve surfing.

2:09

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The Time Compass

Classification: Parental Guidance

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

1:02

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Project Planet

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Find out a fascinating fact about weeds and learn to measure how much soil you would need for a garden bed

1:15

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MathXplosion

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From hexagons in honeycombs to the Fibonacci sequence in pinecones, put your math glasses on and explore the natural world and see what patterns you can find in your environment.

2:47

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Look Kool

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A puzzle solving champion shows us how we can make the same sized cube using eleven different cube nets. What other 3D shapes can you make using nets? Do any other shapes have ...

2:09

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Look Kool

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Meet a mathematician who is also an origami expert and learn how to make a cube out of folded paper. You will need six square pieces of origami paper for each cube. Try it for ...

1:21

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Odd Squad

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The evil 'patternista' gives the 1983 Odd Squad a riddle to solve, they must guess the next term in a repeating pattern. Can you think of some examples of repeating patterns ...

0:48

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Odd Squad

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The Odd Squad must solve the pattern puzzle to open the door. Can you complete the pattern? Write your own shape pattern and get a friend to complete or continue your pattern. ...

0:32

Clip from
Odd Squad

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In this clip from The Odd Squad, Agent Oona explains how 3D shapes are different from 2D shapes with her ‘go back in time wooshinator’. What are some objects that are shaped ...

19:59

Episode
1
ABC
February 24, 1993

Classification: General

This series aims to encourage the development of mathematical ideas, generate enthusiasm and curiosity for maths, encourage discussion, and investigation and show maths in the ...

19:54

Episode
2
ABC
March 3, 1993

Classification: General

This series aims to encourage the development of mathematical ideas, generate enthusiasm and curiosity for maths, encourage discussion, and investigation and show maths in the ...

19:37

Episode
3
ABC
March 10, 1993

Classification: General

This series aims to encourage the development of mathematical ideas, generate enthusiasm and curiosity for maths, encourage discussion, and investigation and show maths in the ...

19:54

Episode
4
ABC
March 17, 1993

Classification: General

This series aims to encourage the development of mathematical ideas, generate enthusiasm and curiosity for maths, encourage discussion and investigation and show maths in the ...

19:58

Episode
5
ABC
March 24, 1993

Classification: General