# Laura Broddle

I joined the University of Hull in 2015 as a foundation maths teaching fellow. It is a career aim of mine to widen participation by helping students using the Foundation Year pathway to succeed.

## Activity

• This is an introductory course

• Try not to repeat numbers, if they are in the intersection then they do not need to be in A or B separately

• Try not to repeat numbers, if they are in the intersection then they do not need to be in A or B separately

• how many altogether

• 80 are the people that own neither. add all numbers for total that took the survey

• how many altogether

• Only one is false

• Or the 80 own neither

• The 80 own neither

• There are 200 altogether, some just own neither

• Laura Broddle replied to melvin s

If we say own instead of prefer, they would own neither

• we are talking about multiplication here, not division

• check your i for the second question

• Thank you!

• Try not to repeat numbers, if they are in the intersection then they do not need to be in A or B separately

• Try not to repeat numbers, if they are in the intersection then they do not need to be in A or B separately

• good explanation

• @TinaFishleigh check your total again

• 200 altogether is correct

• The quiz errors should all be resolved thanks for pointing them out

• careful with rounding

• what did you get

• careful with signs

• careful with signs

• Check the last one!

• show me the full workings please

• Draw a diagram, then use arc tan 12/5

• thanks for the feedback will take it on board for the next run through

• thanks for the feedback will take it on board for the next run through

• Try not to repeat numbers, if they are in the intersection then they do not need to be in A or B separately

• Try not to repeat numbers, if they are in the intersection then they do not need to be in A or B separately

• Try not to repeat numbers, if they are in the intersection then they do not need to be in A or B separately

• Try not to repeat numbers, if they are in the intersection then they do not need to be in A or B separately

• Try not to repeat numbers, if they are in the intersection then they do not need to be in A or B separately

• Try not to repeat numbers, if they are in the intersection then they do not need to be in A or B separately

• Try not to repeat numbers, if they are in the intersection then they do not need to be in A or B separately

• Any left outside?

• Laura Broddle replied to Rudy Ce

You have counted the 32 twice?

• the 80 is households that have neither