Find a systematic way of counting the number of triangles in the given diagram.
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How many different ways can you make a given total with Thai coins?
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A version of the Play Your Cards Right TV programme. Calculate the probabilities of cards being higher or lower than the one shown. a fun way to practise applying probability and using fractions.
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