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How wide is No Man’s Land?

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Practical activity on right-angled trig. Students work as a small team to measure the width of No-Man's Land (which could be a quadrangle, basketball court, oval, classroom). They need a protractor and measuring tape.

6 October 2014 Edit: 6 October 2014

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