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Calculus Panic!

A plane was delayed for 2 hours at Philadelphia after a lady got worried about the man next to her scribbling strange numbers and symbols into a book. The aircrew escorted the man off the plane only to discover he was a famous maths professor doing some differential equations! He was allowed back on the plane, but the lady still didn't trust him so she caught the next one.
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We read this in The Week May 2016

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Teachers and homeschoolers might be interested in the guide to the maths in the mm books otherwise try the teacher resources or our A-Z guide.

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You might even find some of the hidden links (try clicking on us, or the MM banner above!) or if you really don't know where to start and you're feeling brave... try the mystery tour!

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