What springs to mind when you hear the word ‘mathematics’?   5 comments

Saarbrücken, HTW, Mathematics Workshop

Saarbrücken, HTW, Mathematics Workshop (Photo credit: flgr)

 

 

 

1) What springs to mind when you hear the word ‘mathematics’?
2) Do you like ‘math’ – the British English pronunciation and spelling, or ‘math’ the American versions?
3) Were you good at math at school?
4) Did you like math at school?
5) Are you good at mental arithmetic now?
6) What is math useful for nowadays if we have computers and calculators?
7) Would you like to study math again?
8) Why is math so important at schools?
9) Are people who are really good at math very interesting?
10) Did you have a favorite or a hated math teacher?

 

 

 

 

1) Are all intelligent people good at math?
2) How often do you use math of some kind in a normal day?
3) Can you remember what your first real kiss was like?
4) Do you know your times tables up to 12 times 12?
5) Are girls or boys better at math?
6) How many different branches of mathematics do you know of?
7) What do you know about the history of math?
8) What is the philosophy of mathematics?
9) What’s most confusing to you: algebra, statistics, probability or chaos theory?
10) Are there times when two plus two equals five?

 

 

 

 

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