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On Wednesday 23rd September 2015, we (Daniel Allen and Alex Gobbitt) went to Exeter mathematics school instead of normal school to learn about very difficult maths. We learned about the history of maths and imaginary numbers (i). There, we met seventy-eight other keen yr. 8 and 10 mathematicians, who were just as excited as us. We had an amazing time and, because we have been promised even harder maths next time, we are looking forward to when we have the opportunity to go again in November.

By Dan and Al.

Exeter Mathematics School

Daniel Allen: The mathematics school was huge and what we learnt was brilliant maths.

Alex Gobbitt: The College was great because everyone was friendly and we had a great time. The mathematics was very challenging. We are looking forward to the next session.

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