Olympic Circles

 teachMathematics: Olympic Circles

The five circles of the Olympic emblem were originaly designed to represent the five participating continents at the Olympic games. They are all equal in size and at least one of the five colours used should appear in the flag of every nation! This exercise is all about looking at these pictures from a different angle. Are the Olympics really played out on a level playing field? Who wins the most medals and why? What...


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