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FE Magazine - Issue 3: And finally...


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FE Magazine - for post-16 mathematics and numeracy educators
FE - work-based learning - adult numeracy - offender learning
 

And finally...



Why do you rarely find mathematicians spending time at the
beach?
Because they have sine and cosine to get a tan and
don't need the sun!

How can you tell that a mathematician is an extrovert?
When talking to you, he looks at your shoes instead
of at his.

Do you already know the latest stats joke?
Probably...

(With thanks to Keith Middleton at ACER who collected these)


If you'd like to share something that has made you smile - or if you have any other comments or suggestions - please e-mail us at info@post16STEM.org.uk.
 

 
 
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