Supermarket Maths: Knitting

This week’s supermarket maths goes knitting. Here are a few questions that you might use.

  • Check out the two offers on wool below and find out which one is the best value in terms of “yardage.”
  • Estimate how much it would cost to knit your own pair of socks.
  • What combinations of boxes could you get to store 100 litres?


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