Wait, the calculator does what?
[S1 Maths - Circles and Pi] We have an interesting scenario where the calculator gave a very bizarre answer. Try 11^6 divided by 13, and if you're using a Casio calculator, it gives a strange number which shows a gigantic fraction multiplied by... pi. But, that can't be right, pi is an irrational number! An irrational number multiplying a rational number wouldn't give a rational number at all! Yet, the calculator somehow produced the bizarre result despite the fallacy. Watch
The Average Person
[P6 Maths and up - Average] You've probably heard of the term 'average' quite a fair bit by now. The average number of years it takes for a tree to grow, the average score of your classmates compared to other classes, average is used in many, many scenarios. But, when the average is taken to quite the extreme, it's kind of funny because what the average describes does not necessitate that reality should make it occur. We can have a whole bunch of averages, and yet when it com