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In this month's episode of Wrong, But Useful, @reflectivemaths (Dave Gale) and I discuss:

- How Dave thinks Baby Bill should learn to count
- Decimal time
- McDonalds apple pies - Made 15:26. Ready 15:36 Discard 16:56
- "School lunch could save you up to £437 a year. Only 1% of packed lunches meet recommended nutritional standards." [citation needed]
- @notonlyahatrack (Will Davies in real life) asks what belongs in a D1 taster session
- Why would a school put a borderline student in the foundation tier?
- Euclid the game
- Dave's new upcoming podcast: Stats on the Road. More details here when it's launched. Also, @stecks (who is Katie Steckles in real life) and one-time WBU guest @peterrowlett have a new podcast too: Taking Maths Further.
- The best bit of the World cup (which is now over, obviously) - and predicting it mathematically.
- A thing about Graham's Number
- Dave doesn't get: why people scribble out their mistakes.
- Puzzle - $a$ is the highest common factor of $b$, $12$ and $16$. $a \lt b$ What are the least possible values of $a$ and $b$?

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## Colin

Colin is a Weymouth maths tutor, author of several Maths For Dummies books and A-level maths guides. He started Flying Colours Maths in 2008.
He lives with an espresso pot and nothing to prove.

## notonlyahatrack

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## srcav

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