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# Maths and Climate Change

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Comparing Carbon Footprints

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Food Impacts

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Comparing Carbon Savings

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Waste and Recycling

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Minimal Connector

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Frosty the Snowman

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A Frosty Puddle

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The problems and interactivities in this feature will allow you to explore the impact of your lifestyle choices and help you to gain a better understanding of the contributors to global emissions.

Numbers to do with carbon emissions occur again and again in the public space, and we hope that these activities will help you to compare and contextualise them.

You can read more about maths and climate change in these Plus Articles.

Age 11 to 18

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This interactivity is designed to help you gain a better understanding of how your lifestyle choices can affect your carbon footprint.

Age 11 to 18

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In this interactivity you are asked to pair off different food types with the emissions created in their production.

Age 11 to 18

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This interactivity is designed to help you gain a better understanding of how changes to your lifestyle can reduce your carbon footprint.

Age 14 to 18

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Can you use the given information to work out how much plastic a family recycles?

Age 14 to 18

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Can you find the most efficient way to connect four towns?

Age 16 to 18

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Frosty the Snowman is melting. Can you use your knowledge of differential equations to find out how his volume changes as he shrinks?

Age 16 to 18

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Can you draw a sketch of how Frosty's volume changes as his height decreases?

This collection of problems has been put together to help you to explore and understand important ideas in statistics.

These problems invite you to explore integration as area, and use area integrals to solve problems.