Dice work

31st March 2000 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Dice work: Emily Laverick and Louise Elford play giant snakes and ladders at a MathsFest held at the University of Plymouth last week. Such festivals - a key part of Maths ear 2000 - will be taking place across the country for the next few months. They offer stimulating activities and games, intended to help people overcome their fear of numbers.

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