Working for Efficiency

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This Cre8ate maths topic looks at simplified versions of three different network problems that are encountered in practical logistical planning. Paper rounds offers the opportunity for reasoning and proof as the arguments needed to establish Euler's theorem are within their grasp. It also, along with Cable connections and Deliveries, offers opportunities for the mathematical skills of planning, being systematic, recording and logical experiment. The algorithmic thinking developed is picked up in key stage 5 in the decision maths curriculum.

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