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Monday, 20 February 2012 | 5 Comments
Each year I use the TV Show, The Biggest Loser, as an application of percentages – here is a worksheet for 2012 setting out the contestant data that your students can use to perform some calculations.
I’m completing this activity earlier than normal this year, so the data is from earlier in the competition.
Also look at the 2011 version for a suggestion to do this as a computer task.
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