It's been said that the British are uniquely happy to admit to being bad at maths.
On tonight's show Angellica Bell told us about maths in "real-life". Mathematical law is abundant in nature, but us Brits just don't seem to be so keen on studying it in the classroom.
One statistic is: Despite the government spending £5 billion in the last decade to improve education, 75% of all English adults wouldn't get a C at maths GCSE.
See also: Sit a mock maths GCSE at BBC Bitesize.
See also: Worldmathsday.com.
What would it take to change our attitudes? Does maths even matter anymore?