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This is where you can find entries to make the world of numeracy a little easier - everything from Pi to Newton.

- 24 GameMonday, 15th March 1943
- 3n+1 Conjecture - Proof Needed!Friday, 12th December 1947
- 42Friday, 16th January 1948
- Accumulators and Combination Betting ExplainedTuesday, 20th April 1943
- AlgorithmsTuesday, 30th March 1943
- Alpha: the Key to the Universe?Saturday, 17th January 1948
- An Introduction to Metric SpacesFriday, 5th July 1946
- ArchimedesSunday, 9th December 1945
- Basic Methods of Mathematical ProofMonday, 24th January 1944
- Basic Sorting AlgorithmsTuesday, 30th March 1943
- Bayes' Theorem and Bayesian StatisticsTuesday, 14th February 1939
- Beating the OddsFriday, 9th July 1943
- Beginner's Guide to Mean, Median and ModeThursday, 26th July 1945
- Benford's LawThursday, 10th May 1945
- Bigger and Bigger InfinitiesFriday, 1st July 1938
- Binary DigitsSaturday, 26th May 1945
- Binomial TheoremFriday, 1st July 1938
- Birthday ParadoxFriday, 20th February 1948
- Boolean AlgebraTuesday, 19th September 1944
- Boolean Expressions from Truth TablesSaturday, 21st July 1945
- Boolean Function ReductionSaturday, 21st July 1945
- Boolean Functions ClassifiedFriday, 7th March 1947
- Boolean Truth TablesSaturday, 21st July 1945
- Calculating the Date of EasterMonday, 29th July 1946
- Calculating the Day of the WeekFriday, 7th September 1945
- Calculating the Volume and Surface Area of Various Solid ObjectsSunday, 28th September 1941
- CalculusSunday, 21st February 1943
- Coin Flipping - Conflict Resolution Saturday, 22nd December 1945
- Complementary ArithmeticTuesday, 19th September 1944
- Complex Numbers - an IntroductionFriday, 21st January 1944
- Conceptual TablesSaturday, 24th November 1945
- Constructions with a Ruler and a CompassSaturday, 11th March 1944
- Curved Space and the Fate of the UniverseTuesday, 7th August 1945
- Diophantine EquationsMonday, 16th June 1947
- DivisibilitySaturday, 13th November 1943
- Electronic Logic ConventionsSunday, 9th June 1940
- Envy-Free Cake DivisionTuesday, 6th June 1944
- Equivalence Relations - The mathematics of distinctionSunday, 18th October 1942
- Euclid's AlgorithmMonday, 15th March 1943
- Euler EquationTuesday, 25th December 1945
- Evariste Galois - Mathematical GeniusThursday, 26th July 1945
- Fermat NumbersFriday, 26th October 1945
- Fermat's Last TheoremSunday, 12th July 1942
- Fibonacci SeriesFriday, 2nd June 1944
- Four Colour TheoremSunday, 19th May 1946
- Fourier TheorySaturday, 1st December 1945
- Fractals - Beautiful MathematicsSaturday, 29th July 1944
- FractionsFriday, 1st July 1938
- Friendly NumbersFriday, 7th December 1945
- Gambler's FallacySunday, 18th April 1943
- Gas State EquationsFriday, 2nd April 1943
- Gaussian IntegersSunday, 26th October 1947
- Genetic AlgorithmsFriday, 9th June 1939
- Googol - an Unimaginably Large NumberMonday, 23rd February 1942
- Group TheoryFriday, 5th March 1943
- Hairy Ball TheoremSaturday, 26th May 1945
- HelixSunday, 6th August 1944
- Hilbert's Infinite HotelTuesday, 15th April 1947
- History Behind The Quadratic FormulaMonday, 3rd March 1947
- History of NumbersSaturday, 26th May 1945
- How to Calculate the Square Root of Any Number by HandSaturday, 15th February 1947
- How to Draw a PentagramSunday, 15th December 1946
- How to Gamble and WinSunday, 18th April 1943
- How to Measure Things Using StatisticsTuesday, 26th December 1944
- How To Understand StatisticsFriday, 26th December 1947
- How to Win a Pint by Using Binary ArithmeticFriday, 19th April 1946
- Hypatia of AlexandriaSaturday, 27th October 1945
- Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy (IMSA)Friday, 13th December 1940
- Imaginary NumbersMonday, 24th January 1944
- Integers and Natural NumbersSaturday, 26th May 1945
- Interpolation by IntuitionFriday, 2nd November 1945
- Irrational NumbersMonday, 24th January 1944
- John Forbes Nash - MathematicianTuesday, 27th November 1945
- John Horton Conway - MathematicianWednesday, 19th December 1945
- Kibibytes and Yobibits - A Guide to Binary PrefixesTuesday, 24th October 1944
- Langton's AntSunday, 22nd February 1942
- Leonhard Euler - MathematicianMonday, 29th September 1947
- Limits of Quantum Mechanics: The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen ParadoxFriday, 7th March 1947
- Little's ResultFriday, 1st July 1938
- Lobster Pots - a Mathematics GameTuesday, 17th April 1945
- Logical CompletenessMonday, 24th January 1944
- Logical ConsistencyMonday, 24th January 1944
- Mathematical KnotsFriday, 12th December 1947
- Mathematician and the BlancmangeSunday, 20th June 1943
- MathematicsFriday, 27th August 1943
- Mathematics Behind Digital TechnologySunday, 21st December 1947
- Mersenne NumbersSaturday, 8th February 1947
- Modifying the Word 'Unique' and the Number '0' - Can It Be Done?Saturday, 26th May 1945
- Monty Hall ProblemSaturday, 28th November 1942
- Naismith's Rule of WalkingFriday, 29th November 1946
- Nano the Dwarf - A Guide to Decimal PrefixesTuesday, 4th November 1947
- Natural UnitsFriday, 1st July 1938
- Newton's Laws of MotionFriday, 28th July 1944
- Nim - Strategy Game or Scam?Tuesday, 24th April 1945
- Number 206265Tuesday, 16th July 1946
- Number SystemsFriday, 26th April 1946
- NumbersSaturday, 26th May 1945
- Oliver Heaviside, PhysicistFriday, 6th December 1946
- Packing AlgorithmsFriday, 22nd March 1946
- Perfect NumbersSaturday, 3rd November 1945
- PhiTuesday, 4th February 1947
- PiSunday, 9th December 1945
- Prime NumbersThursday, 2nd October 1947
- Probability and Statistical Reversal ParadoxesTuesday, 17th April 1945
- Propositional LogicMonday, 24th January 1944
- Quadratic FormulaTuesday, 12th June 1945
- Quantum MechanicsSaturday, 30th October 1943
- Rational NumbersSaturday, 26th May 1945
- Raymond Queneau - Poet and Mathematician Monday, 6th August 1945
- Repetends (Repeating Decimals)Monday, 14th June 1943
- Robert Recorde - MathematicianMonday, 10th November 1947
- RulersSaturday, 3rd November 1945
- Russian Peasant MultiplicationTuesday, 16th November 1943
- ScaleTuesday, 20th April 1943
- Settling Complicated Bets with a CalculatorFriday, 2nd November 1945
- Six Sigma - Getting It Right 99.99966% Of The TimeSaturday, 19th June 1943
- Sofia Kovalevskaya - MathematicianSunday, 24th February 1946
- Solving the 15-number Puzzle Thursday, 18th March 1943
- Soma CubeMonday, 21st April 1947
- Sophie Germain - MathematicianMonday, 23rd June 1947
- Spherical Geometry - DefinitionsFriday, 9th April 1943
- Square-wheeled Bicycle - a Road of Hyperbolics?Friday, 16th August 1946
- Sub-Atomic World of Kaons, Axions, J/Psi, Sigma and Xi Particles.Friday, 9th May 1941
- SuperellipseSaturday, 13th December 1941
- Table Method of Factorising Quadratic ExpressionsMonday, 31st October 1938
- TesseractsFriday, 1st July 1938
- Thiessen PolygonsTuesday, 17th April 1945
- Topology of Two-dimensional SpacesMonday, 23rd February 1942
- Triangles Friday, 18th August 1944
- Triangular NumbersFriday, 1st July 1938
- Trigonometric Laws of Sines and CosinesTuesday, 22nd August 1939
- TrigonometryMonday, 15th November 1943
- Trinity - the Number ThreeMonday, 9th July 1945
- Truth About NoiseFriday, 15th September 1944
- Two - the Dichotomous NumberSunday, 24th June 1945
- Unique Patterns Among NumericsMonday, 23rd February 1948
- Units of Measurement Tuesday, 19th August 1947
- Unity - the Number OneFriday, 25th May 1945
- Universal Functions of Boolean AlgebraFriday, 7th March 1947
- Using an Abacus for Addition and SubtractionTuesday, 7th December 1943
- What do Probabilities Mean?Friday, 11th September 1942
- Why you Lose at RouletteMonday, 10th December 1945
- Zeno's ParadoxFriday, 12th August 1938
- ZeroSaturday, 9th June 1945

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