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September 13, 2010 - Posted by Joshuamatics | Joshua's math-ology

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Joshua Hooi is a math specialist who teaches in a national public school. A graduate degree holder with honours, he solves mathematical problems, almost as a hobby. “Everything makes better sense, when you look at it mathematically,” he quips while munching on his doughnut and explaining why there is a hole in it.

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