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<p>Whether it's the planets moving around the Sun or building the perfect cycling track, the key to many questions in our lives lies in classical mechanics. This teacher package brings together all our content on mechanics.</p>
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https://plus.maths.org/content/teacher-package-rational-and-irrational-numbers
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<p>This teacher package is devoted to the number line and the two major classes of numbers it's divided into: rational numbers, which can be written as fractions, and irrational numbers, which are everything else.</p>
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https://plus.maths.org/content/teacher-package-game-theory
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<p>Game theory is a great way of sneaking up on maths. You can start off playing an actual game, then start thinking about strategies, and before you know it you're doing proper maths, either conceptually or using equations and formulae. In this teacher package you'll find all our articles on game theory.</p>
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<p>One of the first bits of school maths that gives us a real glimpse of infinity are infinite series: those never-ending sums that may nevertheless add up to a finite number. For this teacher package we've brought together all our articles on these beautiful objects.</p>
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<p>In some sense, all of maths should come under the label "logic", but mathematical logic has shown that mathematics isn't entirely logical. Makes sense? If not, then this teacher package may help.</p>
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This teacher package brings together all our articles that have to do with sport, from cricket to football and from the sport itself to sporting architecture and infrastructure. </p> </div>
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<p>This teacher package brings together our material on trigonometry, from problems about simple triangles to the wavy behaviour of trig functions.</p>
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Maths is all about patterns and rhythms, so it's no surprise that there's plenty of maths in art. Whether it's the visual or the performing arts, maths can be a tool, an inspiration, or simply something that's naturally contained within the structures and patterns. </div>
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The notion of proof lies at the very heart of maths: it's when it comes to proving things that mathematicians let lose their genius and creativity, and in the process often discover unexpected surprises or deep philosophical issues. But proofs can also be daunting. So to help you and your students along, we've brought together a range of Plus articles on proofs. </div>
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This teacher package brings together all <i>Plus</i> articles on graph and network theory. Graphs and networks turn up in many real-life problems, from neuroscience to telecommunications. In the UK curriculum, they make a frequent appearance in the area known as <i>decision maths</i>. Our articles explore a wide range of related topics, from simple algorithms to complex network topologies. </div>
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In this issue's teacher package we look at some of the maths and science behind a recent expedition to the Arctic. The aim of the Catlin Arctic Survey was to gather data on ice thickness that will help to predict when the North Pole sea ice cover will melt, an event that will have dramatic consequence for the Arctic ecosystem and the Earth's climate as a whole. <i>Plus</i> was commissioned by
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<p>From left to right: Martin Hartley, Ann Daniels, and Pen Hadow, the Arctic Survey ice team.</p><p><a href="https://plus.maths.org/content/teacher-package-thin-ice-mdash-maths-and-climate-change-arctic" target="_blank">read more</a></p>https://plus.maths.org/content/teacher-package-thin-ice-mdash-maths-and-climate-change-arctic#comments51teacher packageSun, 31 May 2009 23:00:00 +0000plusadmin4337 at https://plus.maths.org/contentTeacher package: Geometry
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From the geometry of Euclid to the shape of the Universe — geometry is a vast field. We've got plenty of articles exploring geometry from all angles, so have a look and take your pick. </div>
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So basic, yet so tricky: prime numbers are the atoms among natural numbers and lie at the centre of some of the most difficult open problems in maths. This package brings together all material we have on primes, from prime number algorithms to new discoveries. And you will find out what all that's got to do with David Beckham. </div>
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This issue's teacher package brings together all <i>Plus</i> articles on vectors and matrices, exploring anything from the maths of computer movies to climate change. It also has some handy links to related problems on our sister site <a href="http://nrich.maths.org">NRICH</a>. </div>
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This issue's teacher package brings together all <i>Plus</i> articles on probability and statistics, exploring anything from maths in the dock to games of chance. It also has some handy links to related problems on our sister site <a href="http://nrich.maths.org">NRICH</a>. </div>
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