Sing along to the maths Top 20

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From left, Madeleine Oliver, Anna Macfarlane and Evie Thomas from Portsmouth High School, who were the Intermediate winners of the Portsmouth Group Youth Speaks competition, hosted by the Gosport Rotary Club.

CAPTION: From left, Madeleine Oliver, Anna Macfarlane and Evie Thomas

School competition hots up in Portsmouth region

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As a bit of fun in the spirit of the karaoke contest and other events at a numbers day at Havant Academy, we’ve come up with our own maths-related pop chart.

If you’d like to suggest a song we haven’t featured, then please add a comment to the story.

99 Problems (Jay-Z)

25 or 6 to 4 (Chicago)

5-4-3-2-1 (Manfred Mann)

2-4-6-8 Motorway (Tom Robinson)

Good Times (Chic)

2x4 (Metallica)

99 Red Balloons (Nena)

Multiplication (Bobby Darin)

2+2=5 (Radiohead)

21 Questions (50 Cent)

Two Becomes One (Spice Girls)

Einstein A Go Go (Landscape)

Everybody Wants to Rule(r) the World (Tears for Fears)

‘Sum’ Guys Have All The Luck (Robert Palmer)

Two Divided by Zero (Pet Shop Boys)

1 + 1 (Beyonce)

Three Times A Lady (Lionel Richie)

9 to 5 (Dolly Parton)

American Pi (Don McLean)

We Can Work It Out (The Beatles)

Plus anything by, among others, The Magic Numbers, 5ive, Joy Division, Unit Four Plus Two and the English singer/songwriter Dido(decahedron).

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