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God, I'm thick.Maths investigation help.

Discussion in 'Primary' started by FenellaF, Feb 19, 2012.

  1. FenellaF

    FenellaF New commenter

    I have come across a maths investigation on Nrich which I am liking, but cannot solve myself! The question is How can you place two sticks to make one right angle?
    Now make two right angles using the two sticks.
    Can you make three right angles? Four right angles?
    Now, I can do them all apart from the 3 right angles. Any takers?
  2. You can do one, two and four, but not three, as you said.
  3. FenellaF

    FenellaF New commenter

    Bloody hell, I didn't realise that the website had the answers as well! Well, at least I don't feel so thick now! Thank you
  4. marlin

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