Category Archives: Numbers in Wonderland

Zeno the Zebra

“I am Zeno, Zeno the Zebra!” the animal shouted cheerfully when he had come to the spot where Alice and her travel-companion stood. When the Zebra offered one of his muddy hoofs for a handshake, Alice remembered what her dear … Continue reading

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Alice in Wonderland: Believing Words

Previously in ‘Numbers in Wonderland’ “I don’t believe a word you say!” Alice’s mother yelled at the little girl. Yesterday, before Alice’s adventure in the rabbit hole began, her mother had been very angry with her for eating all the … Continue reading

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The White Rabbit’s Watch

Previously in ‘Numbers in Wonderland’ Alice and the Friendly Minotaur have decided to go on a search for the Architect. Alice wants to ask the Architect – who designed the Minotaur’s labyrinth – whether numbers were used in making the … Continue reading

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Wonderland without Numbers?

Previously in ‘Numbers in Wonderland’ Alice followed the Friendly Minotaur as he walked deeper into the forest. Any other little girl would have been at least a bit frightened by the shape of the large beast and the shadows cast … Continue reading

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Alice and the Friendly Minotaur

Previously in ‘Numbers in Wonderland‘ ‘I wonder what would be left,’ Alice thought to herself, ‘if I take five apples and throw away the apples’. ‘What would it feel like to have five in my hands?’ I guess it would … Continue reading

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Numbers in Wonderland

After following the White Rabbit down the rabbit-hole and meeting all kinds of strange and wondrous animals, Alice finds herself at the mad tea party. Her three companions – the Hatter, the Dormouse and the March Hare – keep asking … Continue reading

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