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Formulae to Remember

Formulae to Remember

The traditional pairs or pelmanism game adapted to test recognition for formulae required to be memorised for GCSE exams. So far this activity has been accessed 6481 times and 157 people have earned a Transum Trophy for completing it.

Binary Lights

A Visual Aid

This interactive page provides suppport for those learning about binary numbers. It shows the ones and zeros as lights. A light turned on represents a one while a light turned off represents a zero. There are a number of ways to interact with the lights.

1. Click on a light to turn it on or off.

2. The button 'Headings' will show or hide the values of the lights.

3. The button 'Total'  will show or hide the decimal equivalent of the binary number.

4. The button 'Count' starts the lights showing a counting sequence.

5. The button 'Reset' sets the lights to zero.

6. The button 'Random' shows a random number between 1 and 255.

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Binary Finger Counting

Even young children know that it is possible to count to ten on your fingers but using binary you can count to over 1000.

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