01 - Mise en place du débat (irem2016) (Vidéo)

Des maths pour mieux comprendre le Monde :

Un débat scientifique autour des jeux de grattage

Une vidéo du groupe de l'IREM de Basse-Normandie : « Des mathématiques pour mieux comprendre le monde »

Vidéo 1 : Mise en place du débat :  On pose la question du débat scientifique à partir d'un ticket de grattage


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