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For quick reference, the questions in the quiz are:

Suggested Solution (updated: 3 October 2017)

We discussed the following question during lesson.

It could be solved by applying our existing knowledge and skills:

- mensuration (area of square and area of circle)

Here are an interesting "proof" of Pythagoras' Theorem (using a simple set of Pythagorean triplets:

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Below is a "proof" of the Theorem with water!

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Click HERE to find out more about Pythagoras Theorem.

Below is a "proof" of the Theorem with water!

The volume of a cone fills up one-third of the volume of cylinder, i.e. we need three cones to fill up a cylinder.

Source: Facebook page: 5 Unknown Facts

There seems to be some 'magical' links between the digits... however, if you apply algebra (i.e. factorisation), you would be able to figure out why or how the magic works :)

There seems to be some 'magical' links between the digits... however, if you apply algebra (i.e. factorisation), you would be able to figure out why or how the magic works :)

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