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One Equals Zero And Other Mathematical Surprises: Paradoxes, Fallacies, And Mind Booglers

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Paradoxes and Problems to Intrigue Your Students One equals zero! Every number is greater than itself! All triangles are isosceles! Surprised? Welcome to the world of One Equals Zero and Other Mathematical Surprises. In this book of blackline activity masters, all men are bald, mistakes are lucky, and teachers can never spring surprise tests on their students! The ...more
Paperback, 168 pages
Published January 1st 1998 by Key Curriculum Press
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