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Maths in Work: Matching Operators


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Created on 19 May 2008 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 02 February 2011 by ncetm_administrator

 
Title Matching Operators
Organisation EDF Energy
 
Overview
The company, EDF, is one of the largest energy suppliers in Europe with 5M customers. In this clip, the planner is creating a resources brief for the day in which he monitors the number of calls coming in (call traffic), how long the calls may take (their difficulty) and the staff available to take the calls (allowing for absences). This data will help him predict whether there is a surplus of staff available or a shortfall. The data is tabulated to help long term efficiency. During the monitoring he uses formulae, percentages, negative and positive numbers, graphs and comparisons.
 
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Keywords
Comparsions, Formulae, Graphs, Negative Numbers, Percentages
 
Curriculum Category
Maths in Work Number, click here to search for videos in this category
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more maths grads This video has been developed by NCETM and the More Maths Grads Project. 

Please see www.mathscareers.org.uk for more information about maths related careers.
 
 
 
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