Making Social Work Count Lecture 1. An ESRC Curriculum Innovation and Researcher Development Initiative. Why Numbers Matter in Everyday Life. Learning outcomes. Numbers in everyday life – choosing a mobile. How did you know you were getting good value for money?
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An ESRC Curriculum Innovation and Researcher Development Initiative
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Bus Car – drive self
Train Car - lift
Asda M&S Waitrose
Lidl Tesco Aldi
One supermarket was reported to have spotted a trend: fathers came into stores on their way home from work on a Friday, to buy nappies for their children.
As a result, the store placed six-packs of beer on the adjacent shelves, and found that the sales of beer went up.
Where do millionaires live?
Have GCSEs rates changed?
Hate crime in England and Wales
65% of pupils are of ‘ethnic minority’ background
In 2003, 70% had less than five higher grade GCSEs
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