AUTHOR | TITLE | PAGE | Issue | Category |

P.Abbott | The position of mathematics in educational reconstruction | Article | Mar 1917 | p. 33 |

C.W.Adams | The area of "borders" | MNote 396 | May 1913 | p. 109 |

C.W.Adams | Resolution of a problem that would lead to a paradox | MNote 457 | Dec 1915 | p. 179 |

Aleph | A possible exam question for the "pillory" | Letter | May 1910 | p. 280 |

A.O.Allen | Note on the construction of string models | MNote 447 | May 1915 | p. 86 |

S.Andrade | Finding assuming only the formula for the sum of an A.P. | MNote 312 | Mar 1910 - Part I | p. 206 |

S.Andrade | New proof of the homographic property of a conic | MNote 371 | Mar 1912 | p. 286 |

S.Andrade | Proof that two ranges are homographic | MNote 422 | July 1914 | p. 361 |

A.H.Anglin | On a certain form of definite integral | MNote 308 | Jan 1910 | p. 187 |

Anonymous | The solution of the equation | MNote 320 | Oct 1910 | p. 334 |

Anonymous | A superior method for finding for any polynomial | MNote 323 | Oct 1910 | p. 335 |

Anonymous | Graphical solution of a biquadratic | MNote 326 | Oct 1910 | p. 336 |

Anonymous ('W.F.') | On note 362, p 221, Vol VI | MNote 400 | May 1913 | p. 111 |

Anonymous | Required, an explanation of the figure | MNote 410 | July 1913 | p. 152 |

Anonymous (X.Y.Z.) | Criticisms of Cracknell's "School Algebra" | 2 letters | Mar 1914 | p. 296 |

Anonymous | An enquiry concerning rounding (from a non-mathematical member) | MNote 473 | July 1916 | p. 295 |

Anonymous | Question concerning the degree of accuracy (Pseudo accuracy) | MNote 474 | July 1916 | p. 296 |

Anonymous ("L.M." ) | A point in teaching stocks | MNote 518 | Oct 1917 | p. 144 |

Anonymous ("E.M.") | Metric system for guns | MNote 529 | Mar 1918 | p. 231 |

Anonymous ("L.M.") | Test for perfect square or perfect cube | MNote 530 | Mar 1918 | p. 231 |

R.C.Archibald | Correction to an article in Vol V, p. 396 by J.J.Milne | MNote 350 | Oct 1911 | p. 154 |

R.C.Archibald | Note concerning the catalogue of the Library of the American Mathematical Society | MNote 355 | Oct 1911 | p. 157 |

R.C.Archibald | On the suggestions made for mathematical symbols in note 391 | MNote 441 | Mar 1915 | p. 49 |

W.W.Rouse Ball | A school course in mathematics in the XVIIth century | Article | Mar 1910 - Part I | p. 202 |

W.W.Rouse Ball | Four fours. Some arithmetical puzzles | Article | May 1912 | p. 289 |

W.W.Rouse Ball | The Cambridge School of Mathematics | Article | July 1912 | p. 311 |

W.W.Rouse Ball | Newton | Article | July 1914 | p. 349 |

W.W.Rouse Ball | Pythagoras | Article | Jan 1915 | p. 5 |

W.W.Rouse Ball | Augustus De Morgan | Article | Mar 1915 | p. 42 |

W.W.Rouse Ball | A mathematical recreation | MNote 450 | May 1915 | p. 87 |

E.Barbette | On the th power of a number expressed as the sum of other th powers | MNote 360 | Dec 1911 | p. 196 |

E.N.Barisien | Some interesting formulae in arithmetic progressions | MNote 351 | Oct 1911 | p. 154 |

E.N.Barisien | An error spotted but not corrected | MNote 381 | Oct 1912 | p. 379 |

E.N.Barisien | On notes 373, 381 and 397: solutions of the equation | MNote 418 | May 1914 | p. 336 |

F.R.Barrell | The unit of momentum | MNote 382 | Jan 1913 | p. 10 |

A.H.Bell | Duration of day | Article | Mar 1916 | p. 244 |

Douglas P.Berridge | The calculation of the coefficient of linear expansion | Letter | July 1910 | p. 301 |

Major J.D.J.Bishop | Required, a solution of a problem involving minimum time | MNote 500 | Jan 1917 | p. 8 |

G.P.Blake | Retro-azimuthal projections (cf. No 108, Dec 1913, p 208) | MNote 455 | Dec 1915 | p. 176 |

F.C.Boon | Suggested mathematical symbols | MNote 321 | Oct 1910 | p. 334 |

F.C.Boon | Suggested mathematical symbols | MNote 391 | Jan 1913 (Special) | p. 48 |

F.C.Boon | A locus problem and its solution | MNote 399 | May 1913 | p. 110 |

F.C.Boon | On the sum of an A.P. | MNote 436 | Mar 1915 | p. 45 |

F.C.Boon | The locus of the centres of escribed circles taken for a certain set of triangles | MNote 468 | May 1916 | p. 263 |

Dr T.H.Bovey | The mathematical training of technical students | Article | Mar 1909 | p. 51 |

M.Brioche | A simple device | MNote 300 | Dec 1909 | p. 162 |

S.Brodetsky | On the successive convergents of a continued fraction | MNote 464 | Mar 1916 | p. 248 |

S.Brodetsky | Nomography | Article | Mar 1918 | p. 213 |

Dr. S. Brodetsky | The elementary theory of statical stability | Article | May 1918 | p. 233 |

Dr. S.Brodetsky | The graphical treatment of differential equations | Article | Oct 1919 | p. 377 |

T.J.I'A.Bromwich | Further note on MNote 320 (Anon) | Answer | Dec 1910 | p. 363 |

F.G.W.Brown | To calculate the sides of a cyclic quadrilateral having given its diagonals, its area and the radius of the circumscribing circle | MNote 365 | Jan 1912 | p. 222 |

F.G.W.Brown | Brocard points for a quadrilateral | MNote 508 | May 1917 | p. 83 |

Prof. G.H.Bryan | The address of the retiring president | Article | Mar 1909 | p. 44 |

Prof. G.H.Bryan | Note on Fourier's theorem | Article | Apr 1909 | p. 78 |

Prof. G.H.Bryan | A proposal for the unknown digit | Article | June-July 1909 | p. 89 |

Prof. G.H.Bryan | Tangents to conics | MNote 294 | Oct 1909 | p. 140 |

Prof. G.H.Bryan | "The slide rule for babes and sucklings" | MNote 306 | Dec 1909 | p. 165 |

Prof. G.H.Bryan | Snow sliding down a roof | MNote 307 | Dec 1909 | p. 166 |

G.H.Bryan | Euclid's postulate as a property of matter | Article | July 1911 | p. 124 |

G.H.Bryan | My lecture notes on calculus | Article | Jan 1915 | p. 19 |

G.H.Bryan | Partial fractions with repeated factors in denominator | MNote 451 | Oct 1915 | p. 157 |

Prof. G.H.Bryan and T.G.Creak | The bordered antilogarithm table | Article | Dec 1915 | p. 168 |

Prof. G.H.Bryan | Suggestions for notation and printing | Article | Jan 1916 | p. 220 |

G.H.Bryan | Multiplication and division of decimals | Letter | Mar 1916 | p. 251 |

G.H.Bryan | Parabolic asymptotes | MNote 487 | July 1916 | p. 305 |

G.H.Bryan | "Russian peasant" multiplication in Roman numerals | MNote 501 | Jan 1917 | p. 9 |

Prof. G.H.Bryan | The equilibrium of jointed frameworks | Article | Jan 1919 | p. 306 |

G.H.Bryan | Tables (Bordered antilogarithms/Trigonometric logarithms to every two minutes/Natural functions on three pages/Tables of exact squares) | May 1919 | p. 333 | |

G.H.Bryan | Ten, twelve or sixty | Letter | Oct 1919 | p. 391 |

H.S.Carslaw | On the constructions which are possible by Euclid's methods | Article | Jan 1910 | p. 170 |

H.S.Carslaw | Giving credit where it's due | MNote 378 | July 1912 | p. 340 |

H.S.Carslaw | The teaching of numerical trigonometry | MNote 429 | July 1914 | p. 364 |

Prof. H.S.Carslaw | The discovery of logarithms by Napier | Article | May 1915 | p. 76 |

Prof. H.S.Carslaw | The discovery of logarithms by Napier (continued) | Article | July 1915 | p. 115 |

Prof. H.S.Carslaw | A progressive income tax | Article | May 1916 | p. 253 |

Prof. H.S.Carslaw | A progressive income tax | Article | Oct 1917 | p. 137 |

G.St L.Carson | Some principles of mathematical education | Article | Jan 1913 (Special) | p. 30 |

J.M.Child | Approximate construction for a radian | MNote 296 | Oct 1909 | p. 142 |

J.M.Child | Note on the problem: "Given a parallelogram construct a parallel to a given line through a given point". | MNote 318 | May 1910 | p. 283 |

J.M.Child | Feuerbach's theorem | MNote 334 | Dec 1910 | p. 358 |

J.M.Child | Approximations to , where is an integer and | Article | July 1916 | p. 289 |

J.M.Child | On note 474 | MNote 490 | Oct 1916 | p. 312 |

J.M.Child | Approximations to , where is an integer and (continued) | Article | May 1917 | p. 72 |

J.W.Clawson | Points, lines and circles connected with the complete quadrilateral | MNote 509 | May 1917 | p. 85 |

F.J.O.Coddington | Anharmonic coordinates | Article | June-July 1909 | p. 94 |

F.J.O.Coddington | Anharmonic coordinates (concluded) | Article | Oct 1909 | p. 123 |

P.Coleman | Approximate formulae for the perimeter of an ellipse | MNote 461 | Dec 1915 | p. 184 |

J.Cook Wilson | An extension of a theorem in Pappus | MNote 391A* | May 1913 | p. 107 |

H.Crabtree | Euler's equations deduced from gyroscopic resistance | MNote 299 | Dec 1909 | p. 161 |

H.Crabtree | The volume of the slant cone formed by slicing obliquely through a right circular cone | MNote 401 | May 1913 | p. 111 |

A.G.Cracknell | Replies to criticisms of his book | 2 letters | Mar 1914 | p. 296 |

J.I.Craig | Inverse tabular functions | MNote 405 | July 1913 | p. 150 |

Experto Crede | The early stages in elementary algebra | MNote 520 | Dec 1917 | p. 157 |

Lt-Col. Allan Cunningham | On tertial, quintal, etc. fractions | Article | May 1911 | p. 63 |

Lt-Col. Allan Cunningham | On tertial, quintal, etc. fractions (continued) | Article | July 1911 | p. 108 |

F.G.Daniell | The teaching of specific volume and density | Article | Dec 1910 | p. 356 |

R.F.Davis | On the foci of a conic inscribed in a quadrilateral | MNote 302 | Dec 1909 | p. 162 |

R.F.Davis | The orthopole | MNote 359 | Dec 1911 | p. 196 |

R.F.Davis | Formulae connected with a triangle | MNote 364 | Jan 1912 | p. 221 |

R.F.Davis and John J.Milne | On an interpretation of the general equation of a conic and a certain connected theorem | MNote 383 | Jan 1913 | p. 11 |

R.F.Davis | Alternative proof of the conic property demonstrated in note 371 | MNote 389 | Jan 1913 (Special) | p. 47 |

R.F.Davis | Pappus' theorem | MNote 409 | July 1913 | p. 152 |

R.F.Davis | On some alternative forms of the equation of two tangents to a conic from an external point | MNote 413 | May 1914 | p. 331 |

R.F.Davis | Locating, by geometrical construction, the point one seventh of the way along a given line | MNote 430 | July 1914 | p. 367 |

R.F.Davis | To find the condition that the four straight lines represented by shall form a harmonic pencil | MNote 440 | Mar 1915 | p. 49 |

R.F.Davis | Note on approximate value for | MNote 449 | May 1915 | p. 87 |

R.F.Davis | Geometric proof of the theorem given in note 462 | MNote 495 | Dec 1916 | p. 332 |

R.F.Davis | Proof that the area of a quadrilateral whose sides are is given by where and is the sum of two opposite angles
| MNote 507 | Mar 1917 | p. 51 |

A.De Morgan | Some incidental writings by De Morgan | Article | May 1917 | p. 78 |

A.De Morgan | Some incidental writings by De Morgan (continued) | Article | July 1917 | p. 114 |

A.De Morgan | Some incidental writings by De Morgan (continued) | Article | Jan 1918 | p. 176 |

A.C.Dixon | Squared paper solution of the equation | MNote 310 | Mar 1910 - Part I | p. 205 |

A.C.Dixon | Squared paper solution of the equation | MNote 346 | Oct 1911 | p. 152 |

A.C.Dixon | On note 339, p 386, vol V | MNote 348 | Oct 1911 | p. 152 |

A.C.Dixon | Note on Sturm's theorem in the theory of numbers | MNote 358 | Dec 1911 | p. 195 |

A.C.Dixon | Power of a point with respect to a conic | MNote 366 | Jan 1912 | p. 223 |

A.C.Dixon | Proof that | MNote 367 | Jan 1912 | p. 223 |

A.C.Dixon | Note on | MNote 369 | Mar 1912 | p. 283 |

A.C.Dixon | Proof of Feuerbach's theorem | MNote 412 | Jan 1914 | p. 248 |

A.C.Dixon | The pedal lines of a point taken with respect to a certain class of triangles are proved to be concurrent | MNote 466 | Mar 1916 | p. 251 |

A.C.Dixon | Infinite product expressions for and ; Wallis's formula | MNote 512 | July 1917 | p. 123 |

E.T.Dixon | The theory of order, as defined by boundaries | Article | Oct 1911 | p. 135 |

E.T.Dixon | The theory of order, as defined by boundaries (continued) | Article | Dec 1911 | p. 172 |

E.T.Dixon | The theory of order, as defined by boundaries (continued) | Article | Mar 1912 | p. 279 |

E.T.Dixon | The theory of order, as defined by boundaries (continued) | Article | May 1912 | p. 290 |

Edward T.Dixon | Desargues' theorem | Article | May 1914 | p. 310 |

W.J.Dobbs | An easy introduction to the natural base of logarithms | Article | Jan 1910 | p. 179 |

W.J.Dobbs | The teaching of geometry and trigonometry | Article | July 1913 | p. 139 |

W.J.Dobbs | The teaching of geometry and trigonometry (continued) | Article | Oct 1913 | p. 167 |

W.J.Dobbs | Feuerbach's theorem | MNote 446 | May 1915 | p. 85 |

W.J.Dobbs | The teaching of indices and logarithms | Article | July 1915 | p. 119 |

W.J.Dobbs | Pythagoras' theorem | MNote 472 | May 1916 | p. 268 |

W.J.Dobbs | A shorter proof of the result used in note 393 | MNote 478 | July 1916 | p. 298 |

W.J.Dobbs | Mathematics in secondary schools | Article | Mar 1917 | p. 40 |

W.J.Dobbs | The introduction to infinite series | Article | May 1918 | p. 242 |

W.J.Dobbs | The introduction to infinite series (continued) | Article | July 1918 | p. 253 |

W.J.Dobbs | The introduction to infinite series (continued) | Article | Jan 1919 | p. 299 |

W.J.Dobbs | Coordinate geometry in schools | Article | Oct 1919 | p. 383 |

C.V.Durell | The arithmetic syllabus in secondary schools | Article | Mar 1911 | p. 28 |

C.V.Durell | Analysis and projective geometry | Article | May 1911 | p. 84 |

F.W.Dyson | A plea for astronomy | Article | Oct 1914 | p. 394 |

Editor | Erratum | MNote 290 | Apr 1909 | p. 88 |

Editor | Extract from a review | MNote 479 | July 1916 | p. 298 |

Editor | "Thanking you in anticipation ' | MNote 492 | Oct 1916 | p. 312 |

J.O.Edwards | To find the volume of a sphere | MNote 471 | May 1916 | p. 267 |

R.W.K.Edwards | On the setting out of certain easy cubics | Article | Mar 1914 | p. 274 |

R.W.K.Edwards | A note on the teaching of coordinate geometry | MNote 460 | Dec 1915 | p. 182 |

R.W.K.Edwards | De plagis plani infiniti in quibus apparere potest linea tertii ordinis, tribus asymptotis realibus datis praecipuâque satellite | MNote 494 | Dec 1916 | p. 330 |

M.F.Egan | The minimum property of the pedal triangle | MNote 356 | Oct 1911 | p. 157 |

M.F.Egan | The ratio of the lengths of two adjacent tangents to a plane curve | MNote 389A | May 1913 | p. 105 |

M.F.Egan | The integrals , and | MNote 481 | July 1916 | p. 299 |

C.Elliott | Correspondence of operands to functions | Article | Oct 1910 | p. 321 |

C.Elliott | The nature of elementary mathematics from the modern standpoint | Article | Jan 1912 | p. 219 |

E.B.Elliott | A first chapter on elliptic functions | Article | May 1914 | p. 328 |

W.D.Evans | Note on "variations" | MNote 325 | Oct 1910 | p. 336 |

W.D.Evans | Berkley and Newton | Article | Dec 1914 | p. 418 |

R.C.Fawdry | Laboratory work in connection with mathematics | Article | Mar 1915 | p. 36 |

E.Fenwick | Mechanical description of the "curve of sines" | MNote 526 | Mar 1918 | p. 229 |

D.F.Ferguson | A method of evaluating as a decimal any fraction of the form , where is any integer from 1 to 12 and is any integer whatever | MNote 404 | July 1913 | p. 150 |

D.F.Ferguson | Geometrical construction for the trisection of an angle to any required degree of accuracy | MNote 535 | July 1919 | p. 373 |

L.N.G.Filon | On a symbolic proof of Fourier's theorem | Article | Jan 1913 (Special) | p. 34 |

William Finlayson | A case of three rotating lines and the point "O" | MNote 505 | Jan 1917 | p. 13 |

William Finlayson | The nine-point circle referred to in note 392 on p 107 of May 1913 is actually the nine-point circle
| MNote 510 | May 1917 | p. 89 |

H.C.Frampton | The Ommundsen rifle sight | MNote 385 | Jan 1913 | p. 14 |

W.Barrett Frankland | Notes on the parallel axiom | Article | July 1913 | p. 136 |

W.B.Frankland | Non-Euclidean geometry | MNote 414 | May 1914 | p. 332 |

H.Freeman | The way to solve and related equations | MNote 499 | Dec 1916 | p. 336 |

J.P.Gabbatt | Analytical proofs of the limits and as | MNote 459 | Dec 1915 | p. 181 |

W.Gallatly | Orthologic triangles | MNote 298 | Oct 1909 | p. 143 |

W.Gallatly | The polar circle | MNote 349 | Oct 1911 | p. 153 |

W.Gallatly | Median triangles | MNote 368 | Jan 1912 | p. 224 |

W.Gallatly | Three circles mutually orthogonal | MNote 370 | Mar 1912 | p. 284 |

W.Gallatly | An infinite number of triangles can be inscribed in a circle and described about a circle provided | MNote 388 | Jan 1913 (Special) | p. 46 |

W.Gallatly | A nine-point circle | MNote 392 | May 1913 | p. 107 |

W.Gallatly | To prove geometrically that | MNote 406 | July 1913 | p. 151 |

W.Gallatly | Note about Gergonne, Nagel and Lemoine points and other features of a triangle | MNote 426 | July 1914 | p. 362 |

William Garnett | Alice through the (convex) looking glass | Article | May 1918 | p. 237 |

William Garnett | Alice through the (convex) looking glass (continued) | Article | July 1918 | p. 249 |

William Garnett | Alice through the (convex) looking glass (continued) | Article | Jan 1919 | p. 293 |

Prof. R.W.Genese | Suggestions for the practical treatment of the standard cubic equation and a contribution to the theory of substitution | Article | May 1917 | p. 65 |

A.Gérardin | Improvements and corrections to results stated in Furor Arithmeticus (May 1910, p 273) | MNote 375 | July 1912 | p. 339 |

A.Gérardin | Note on finding prime numbers | Article | Dec 1913 | p. 192 |

Maurice E.J.Gheury | An arbitrary veto | Article | June-July 1909 | p. 91 |

M.E.J.Gheury | Solutions to two examination questions in mechanics | MNote 303 | Dec 1909 | p. 163 |

M.E.J.Gheury | Mathematics or drudgery? | Article | July 1911 | p. 129 |

M.E.J.Gheury | Re Note 344, p 151, vol VI
| MNote 395 | May 1913 | p. 109 |

N.M.Gibbins | On the conics passing through four concyclic points | MNote 361 | Dec 1911 | p. 197 |

N.M.Gibbins | To find the centre of curvature of the conic at the point | MNote 420 | July 1914 | p. 360 |

N.M.Gibbins | Theorem about a conic inscribed in a triangle | MNote 462 | Jan 1916 | p. 221 |

N.M.Gibbins | On the circles of curvature at and of the conic | MNote 504 | Jan 1917 | p. 12 |

F.Glanville-Taylor | A case of three rotating lines and the point "O" | Article | Jan 1913 | p. 4 |

F.Glanville-Taylor | If are the foci of a conic inscribed in the triangle , the midpoint of , the line joining the mid-points of , to prove that (v Note 349)
| MNote 408 | July 1913 | p. 152 |

C.Godfrey | The Board of Education circular on the teaching of geometry | Article | Mar 1910 - Part I | p. 195 |

C.Godfrey | The teaching of algebra: what is educational and what is technical? | Article | Mar 1910 - Part II | p. 230 |

C.Godfrey | On the work of the international commission on mathematical teaching | Article | Mar 1912 | p. 243 |

Charles Godfrey | More of the Cracknell & argument | Letter | May 1914 | p. 346 |

G.Goodwill | Some suggestions for a presentment of mathematics in closer touch with reality | Article | Mar 1918 | p. 225 |

Sir George Greenhill | Presidential Address to the London Branch of the M.A. | Article | July 1911 | p. 105 |

G.Greenhill | The simple pendulum | Article | Dec 1913 | p. 189 |

Sir George Greenhill | The use of mathematics | Article | Mar 1914 | p. 253 |

G.Greenhill | Linear dynamics | Article | Oct 1914 | p. 389 |

G.Greenhill | Kinetic energy, divided into molar energy and available, internal or molecular energy | Article | Dec 1914 | p. 414 |

Sir G.Greenhill | Mathematics in artillery science | Article | Mar 1915 | p. 25 |

G.Greenhill | Motion on the springs of a carriage body | Article | July 1915 | p. 101 |

G.Greenhill | Mechanical similitude | Article | Mar 1916 | p. 229 |

G.Greenhill | A reference for the theorem proved in note 466 | MNote 476 | July 1916 | p. 297 |

G.Greenhill | Squaring the hyperbola | MNote 496 | Dec 1916 | p. 333 |

G.Greenhill | Squaring the hyperbola and bomb dropping | MNote 506 | Mar 1917 | p. 49 |

G.Greenhill | Integral calculus. Squaring the circle and hyperbola | MNote 517 | Oct 1917 | p. 139 |

E.R.Hamilton | The graphical solution of a cubic equation with complex roots | MNote 485 | July 1916 | p. 304 |

Percy.J.Harding | Elliptic trammels and Fagnano points | Article | May 1911 | p. 68 |

Percy J.Harding | Elliptic trammels and Fagnano points (continued) | Article | July 1911 | p. 117 |

P.J.Harding | Ptolemy's theorem | MNote 493 | Dec 1916 | p. 329 |

C.H.Hardingham | On note 385 (v. Frampton) | MNote 387A* | May 1913 | p. 104 |

Charles Hardingham | The symbols for 'because' and 'therefore' | Letter | Mar 1914 | p. 295 |

C.H.Hardingham | Note on the calculus for the non-mathematician | MNote 442 | Mar 1915 | p. 50 |

G.H.Hardy | The integral | Article | June-July 1909 | p. 98 |

G.H.Hardy | To find an approximation to the large positive root of the equation | MNote 319 | Oct 1910 | p. 333 |

G.H.Hardy | The definition of a complex number | MNote 439 | Mar 1915 | p. 48 |

G.H.Hardy | Search for a person from the past | Letter | July 1915 | p. 132 |

G.H.Hardy | Further remarks on the integral | MNote 484 | July 1916 | p. 301 |

P.J.Hartog | Comment on Gheury's article "An arbitrary veto" | Letter | Oct 1909 | p. 144 |

J.L.S.Hatton | Desargues' theorem | Letter | Dec 1914 | p. 435 |

John L.S.Hatton | Desargues' theorem | Letter | July 1915 | p. 132 |

J.L.S.Hatton | Euclid's definition of parallel straight lines considered in reference to the "line at infinity" | Article | Mar 1917 | p. 43 |

Cecil Hawkins | Euclid I. 47 | MNote 297 | Oct 1909 | p. 143 |

Cecil Hawkins | Constructions as tests in examinations | MNote 301 | Dec 1909 | p. 162 |

Percy J.Heawood | Complaint about an exam question | MNote 344 | Oct 1911 | p. 151 |

Percy J.Heawood | Concerning Euclid's axioms | MNote 345 | Oct 1911 | p. 152 |

Percy J.Heawood | The angle between the lines in which the plane cuts the cone | MNote 443 | Mar 1915 | p. 50 |

Percy J.Heawood | (1) The condition that breaks up into factors and (2) discriminating between the different forms for the surface: | MNote 444 | Mar 1915 | p. 51 |

H.Bryon Heywood | Note on the logarithmic series | MNote 372 | July 1912 | p. 337 |

Prof. M.J.M.Hill | (Presidential address on) The theory of proportion | Article | July 1912 | p. 324 |

Prof. M.J.M.Hill | The theory of proportion (continued) | Article | Oct 1912 | p. 360 |

M.J.M.Hill | On Euclid X. 6 concerning the recent article on proportion | MNote 384 | Jan 1913 | p. 13 |

M.J.M.Hill | Brackets, rules and conventions in arithmetic | Letter | May 1916 | p. 281 |

M.J.M.Hill | Conventions governing the interpretation of mathematical expressions | Letter | Jan 1917 | p. 15 |

M.J.M.Hill | Conventions governing the interpretation of mathematical expressions | Letter | July 1917 | p. 136 |

Harold Hilton | On surfaces traced out by the motion of an invariable curve | Article | Jan 1913 (Special) | p. 36 |

Harold Hilton | Reduction of a ternary cubic to the form by a real transformation | MNote 431 | July 1914 | p. 367 |

Harold Hilton | Surfaces generated by the motion of an invariable cubic curve | MNote 435 | July 1914 | p. 370 |

H.Hilton | Singular solutions of differential equations of the second order | Article | Dec 1914 | p. 416 |

Harold Hilton | Second order differential equations | Letter | May 1915 | p. 98 |

Prof. E.W.Hobson | The democratization of mathematical education | Article | Mar 1912 | p. 234 |

Prof. E.W.Hobson | Geometrical constructions by means of the compass | Article | Mar 1913 | p. 49 |

H.T.Holmes | Elementary mathematics in evening school | Article | Mar 1910 - Part I | p. 200 |

W.Hope-Jones | The principles of probability and approximations in arithmetic | Article | Jan 1917 | p. 5 |

W.Hope-Jones | The principles of probability and approximations in arithmetic (continued) | Article | July 1917 | p. 105 |

W.Hope-Jones | The principles of probability and approximations in arithmetic (continued) | Article | Jan 1918 | p. 171 |

Basil A.Howard | The teaching of geometry to first-year pupils | Article | Mar 1919 | p. 317 |

H.P.Hudson | Any symmetric function of the roots of an equation is a function of its coefficients | MNote 374 | July 1912 | p. 339 |

Prof. W.H.H.Hudson | The work of a local branch | Article | Jan 1916 | p. 215 |

M.T.Narayana Iyengar | The cycloid | MNote 327 | Oct 1910 | p. 336 |

M.T.Narayana Iyengar | The cubic | MNote 332 | Oct 1910 | p. 340 |

C.S.Jackson | Snow sliding down a roof | MNote 307 | Dec 1909 | p. 166 |

C.S.Jackson | On | MNote 314 | May 1910 | p. 281 |

C.S.Jackson | Graphs | MNote 377 | July 1912 | p. 340 |

C.S.Jackson | The international commission on the teaching of mathematics | Article | Dec 1912 | p. 384 |

C.S.Jackson | A problem in probability | Article | Jan 1913 (Special) | p. 38 |

C.S.Jackson | A stern chase | MNote 402 | May 1913 | p. 112 |

C.S.Jackson | How to approach Euclid I. 32 | MNote 403 | May 1913 | p. 113 |

C.S.Jackson | The calculus as an item in school mathematics | Article | Dec 1913 | p. 197 |

J.S.Jackson | The calculus as an item in school mathematics (continued) | Article | Jan 1914 | p. 243 |

C.S.Jackson | The calculus as an item in school mathematics (continued) | Article | May 1914 | p. 314 |

C.S.Jackson | Proof of Pythagoras' theorem | MNote 424 | July 1914 | p. 362 |

C.S.Jackson | The definition of probability | MNote 434 | July 1914 | p. 369 |

C.S.Jackson | The St Petersburg problem | MNote 438 | Mar 1915 | p. 48 |

F.Jackson | The series for and | MNote 536 | Dec 1919 | p. 422 |

R.W.Jones | On the teaching of mathematics in elementary schools and its continuity with the teaching in secondary schools | Article | Oct 1912 | p. 368 |

Philip E.B.Jourdain | On an earlier article concerning irrational numbers | MNote 305 | Dec 1909 | p. 165 |

Philip E.Jourdain | On a review | MNote 489 | Oct 1916 | p. 312 |

P.E.Jourdain | What every mathematician needs | MNote 491 | Oct 1916 | p. 312 |

J.P.Kirkman | Conversion from Fahrenheit to Centigrade or vice versa | MNote 353 | Oct 1911 | p. 156 |

W.Knowles | The teaching of easy calculus to boys | Article | Dec 1913 | p. 201 |

W.Knowles | The teaching of easy calculus to boys (continued) | Article | May 1914 | p. 322 |

E.M.Langley | Pascal's theorem; Brianchon's theorem; cross-centre and cross-axis | MNote 379 | Oct 1912 | p. 375 |

E.M.Langley | Proof of Pascal's theorem when the angular points of the hexagon lie three on each of two straight lines | MNote 387 | Jan 1913 (Special) | |

E.M.Langley | Map projections | Article | Mar 1913 | p. 55 |

Edward M.Langley | The early history of The Mathematical Gazette | Article | July 1913 | p. 134 |

E.M.Langley | Geometric integration of | MNote 417 | May 1914 | p. 335 |

E.M.Langley | Further note on Pascal's theorem | MNote 448 | May 1915 | p. 86 |

E.M.Langley | The altitude of an equilateral triangle of side 5 inches is almost exactly 11 cm | MNote 467 | May 1916 | p. 262 |

E.M.Langley | A semi-geometrical integration of the equation | MNote 511 | May 1917 | p. 90 |

E.M.Langley | Integration for a rhumb line | MNote 531 | May 1918 | p. 247 |

E.M.Langley | Note on the spherical triangle | MNote 533 | July 1918 | p. 257 |

John H.Lawlor | Some suggestions for new mathematical symbols | MNote 317 | May 1910 | p. 283 |

John H.Lawlor | Aid to remembering the formula for where satisfy the equations | MNote 329 | Oct 1910 | p. 338 |

John H.Lawlor | The bisectors of the angles of a triangle meet the opposite sides in . The circle passes through the point of contact of the in- and nine-point circles | MNote 337 | Dec 1910 | p. 360 |

John H. Lawlor | On a centre of a circle in trilinears | MNote 338 | Dec 1910 | p. 361 |

J.H.Lawlor | Pedal circles | MNote 516 | July 1917 | p. 127 |

J.G.Leathem | Note on functionality of a complex variable | MNote 524 | Jan 1918 | p. 179 |

E.P.Lewis | On note 349 | MNote 515 | July 1917 | p. 127 |

J.Lister | A proof showing that tends to a finite limit as tends to infinity | MNote 313 | Mar 1910 - Part I | p. 207 |

J.Lister | The limit of as | MNote 386 | Jan 1913 | p. 15 |

A.Lodge | Homographic ranges - elementary principles | Article | Apr 1909 | p. 81 |

A.Lodge | On orthogonal circles | MNote 316 | May 1910 | p. 282 |

A.Lodge | An interesting figure | MNote 331 | Oct 1910 | p. 340 |

A.Lodge | Wallis' determination of | MNote 352 | Oct 1911 | p. 155 |

Alfred Lodge | Suggested notation for ratios and cross-ratios | Article | May 1912 | p. 294 |

A.Lodge | A graphic solution of the equation | Article | Jan 1913 (Special) | p. 41 |

A.Lodge | Formulae for the area and half-angles of a triangle obtained by means of the equivalent isosceles triangle | MNote 416 | May 1914 | p. 334 |

A.Lodge | An elementary method of finding circles of curvature at points, multiple or other, of a plane curve whose equation is given in rectangular coordinates | Article | Mar 1915 | p. 39 |

A.Lodge | Investigation of a simple formula for calculating the successive "numbers of Bernoulli" | MNote 456 | Dec 1915 | p. 178 |

A.Lodge | As to the completeness of mathematical tables required in school and examination work | Article | Jan 1916 | p. 209 |

Alfred Lodge | On some arithmetical conventions | MNote 463 | Mar 1916 | p. 246 |

A.Lodge and C.S.Jackson | On note 475 | MNote 488 | Oct 1916 | p. 311 |

Alfred Lodge, W.F.Sheppard, R.Nettell, R.W.Genese | The interpretation of written mathematical expressions | Various letters | Mar 1917 | p. 62 |

A.Lodge | Cubic graphs of the form | Article | Mar 1919 | p. 322 |

Prof. Gino Loria | The achievements of Great Britain in the realm of mathematics | Article | Dec 1914 | p. 421 |

Prof. Gino Loria | The achievements of Great Britain in the realm of mathematics (continued) | Article | Jan 1915 | p. 12 |

Gino Loria | Radius of curvature | Letter | May 1915 | p. 98 |

Gino Loria | "The Philosophical Magazine" and the history of mathematics | Article | Dec 1916 | p. 325 |

A.W.Lucy | On the compound pendulum | MNote 497 | Dec 1916 | p. 335 |

Sydney Lupton | Furor arithmeticus | Article | May 1910 | p. 273 |

Sydney Lupton | Proof by recurrence | Article | Oct 1911 | p. 142 |

Sydney Lupton | Notes on the radix method of calculating logarithms | Article | July 1913 | p. 147 |

Sydney Lupton | Notes on the radix method of calculating logarithms (continued) | Article | Oct 1913 | p. 170 |

W.H.Macaulay | The dissection of rectilineal figures | Article | Oct 1914 | p. 381 |

W.H.Macaulay | The dissection of rectilineal figures (continued) | Article | May 1915 | p. 72 |

W.H.Macaulay | The dissection of rectilineal figures (continued) | Article | July 1915 | p. 109 |

Camillo Manzitti | The division of the circle (concluded) | Article | Apr 1909 | p. 74 |

Artemas Martin | Note 357. Powers of numbers whose sum is the same power of some number | MNote 380 | Oct 1912 | p. 378 |

Artemas Martin | Powers of numbers whose sum is the same power of some number | MNote 388A* | May 1913 | p. 104 |

J.W.Mercer | The teaching of numerical trigonometry | Article | Dec 1913 | p. 193 |

J.W.Mercer | The teaching of numerical trigonometry (continued) | Article | Jan 1914 | p. 240 |

G.A.Miller | Appreciative remarks on the theory of groups | Article | Oct 1911 | p. 148 |

G.A.Miller | Information about tables of factors of the first hundred million | MNote 347 | Oct 1911 | p. 152 |

G.A.Miller | Note on a singular historical error | MNote 532 | May 1918 | p. 247 |

John J.Milne | A result concerning conics related to one cited by W.P.Milne in Jan 1911, p. 386 | MNote 348 | Oct 1911 | p. 153 |

John J.Milne | A theorem about conics | MNote 427 | July 1914 | p. 363 |

John J.Milne | 8-point and 8-tangent conics and an associated pencil and range of conics | Article | May 1917 | p. 69 |

Rev. John J.Milne | The geometric interpretation of homographic equations and their application to loci and envelopes | Article | July 1917 | p. 97 |

Rev. J.J.Milne | Extension of the theory of inversion to conics | Article | July 1919 | p. 365 |

John J.Milne | Interpreting comments made in a book by Pappus | MNote 534 | July 1919 | p. 372 |

R.M.Milne | A geometrical representation of the sum of an infinite geometric series | MNote 291 | Oct 1909 | p. 138 |

W.P.Milne | The geometrical meaning of the triad of points , and | MNote 335 | Dec 1910 | p. 359 |

W.P.Milne | A property of the complete quadrangle | MNote 339 | Jan 1911 | p. 386 |

W.P.Milne | The teaching of limits and convergence to scholarship candidates | Article | May 1911 | p. 79 |

W.P.Milne | The teaching of limits and convergence to scholarship candidates (continued) | Article | Dec 1912 | p. 385 |

W.P.Milne | The teaching of limits and convergence to scholarship candidates (continued) | Article | Jan 1913 | p. 1 |

W.P.Milne | Another proof and generalisation of the theorem given in note 339 | MNote 398 | May 1913 | p. 109 |

Dr William P.Milne | The teaching of modern analysis in secondary schools | Article | Mar 1915 | p. 30 |

William P.Milne | The graphical treatment of power series | Article | Mar 1918 | p. 198 |

William P.Milne | The uses and functions of a school mathematical library | Article | Mar 1918 | p. 209 |

William P.Milne | Mathematics and the pivotal industries | Article | Mar 1919 | p. 312 |

L.S.Milward and H.T.Gilmore | To construct a quadrilateral which shall be inscribable in a circle, having given the four sides | MNote 304 | Dec 1909 | p. 165 |

R.F.Muirhead | Some proofs of the theorem that a chord of a circle passing through a point is divided harmonically by that point and its polar | Article | Jan 1910 | p. 182 |

R.F.Muirhead | Note on the use of the protractor | MNote 354 | Oct 1911 | p. 156 |

R.F.Muirhead | The anharmonic ratio of four points in space and the discord of two pairs of points | Article | May 1914 | p. 326 |

E.J.Nanson | Note on Euclid I.16, 27 | MNote 289 | Apr 1909 | p. 88 |

E.J.Nanson | Graphic construction of the parabolic and hyperbolic curves | MNote 295 | Oct 1909 | p. 141 |

E.J.Nanson | Systems of conics whose director circles have a common radical centre | MNote 315 | May 1910 | p. 281 |

E.J.Nanson | Note on graphing | MNote 425 | July 1914 | p. 362 |

E.J.Nanson | On note 443 | MNote 480 | July 1916 | p. 298 |

M.T.Naraniengar | On some problems and results | MNote 343 | Jan 1911 | p. 389 |

Eric H.Neville | The solution of numerical equations | Article | Oct 1915 | p. 151 |

Eric H.Neville | So-called cases of failure in the solution of linear differential equations | Article | May 1916 | p. 258 |

Eric H.Neville | So-called cases of failure in the solution of linear differential equations (continued) | Article | July 1916 | p. 285 |

Eric H.Neville | Notes for lessons introductory to differential geometry | Article | July 1919 | p. 369 |

T.Percy Nunn | The arithmetic of infinites | Article | Dec 1910 | p. 345 |

T.Percy Nunn | The arithmetic of infinites (continued) | Article | Jan 1911 | p. 377 |

T.P.Nunn | The aim and methods of school algebra | Article | Dec 1911 | p. 167 |

T.P.Nunn | The aim and methods of school algebra (continued) | Article | Jan 1912 | p. 214 |

Prof. T.P.Nunn | Mathematics and individuality | Article | Mar 1918 | p. 188 |

H.Orfeur | Graphical solution of a biquadratic | MNote 514 | July 1917 | p. 125 |

G.Osborn | A few cases of factors for a sum of two squares | MNote 373 | July 1912 | p. 338 |

G.Osborn | On notes 373 and 381 from July 1912, p 338 | MNote 397 | May 1913 | p. 109 |

G.Osborn | Fractional and negative values of in Arithmetical Progressions | MNote 411 | Jan 1914 | p. 248 |

G.Osborn | Formulae for three cubes whose sum is a cube | MNote 423 | July 1914 | p. 361 |

G.Osborn | On certain coefficients connected with the expansions of , and | MNote 458 | Dec 1915 | p. 179 |

G.W.Palmer | Accuracy in arithmetic | Article | Jan 1916 | p. 204 |

G.W.Palmer | The definition of a complex number | MNote 486 | July 1916 | p. 305 |

Miss M.J.Parker | Notes on The Board of Education circular no 851: On the teaching of geometry | Article | May 1915 | p. 66 |

T.C.Philpott | Arithmetic in elementary schools | Letter | May 1911 | p. 88 |

H.Piaggio | Length of perpendicular from a point to a straight line | MNote 363 | Jan 1912 | p. 221 |

H.Piaggio | To find the length and equation and coordinates of the extremities of the shortest distance between two lines | MNote 394 | May 1913 | p. 108 |

H.Piaggio | Linear differential equations with constant coefficients | MNote 482 | July 1916 | p. 300 |

D.K.Picken | The simple pendulum | Article | Oct 1913 | p. 173 |

D.K.Picken | Theory of centroids | Article | Oct 1914 | p. 398 |

"Piexarsquared" | Multiplication convention | Letter | Oct 1919 | p. 391 |

C.T.Preece | Note on Taylor's series | MNote 523 | Dec 1917 | p. 162 |

C.T.Preece | A method of establishing certain standard series | MNote 528 | Mar 1918 | p. 230 |

A.Press | A simple method of applying the equation , etc, to curves, with applications | MNote 465 | Mar 1916 | p. 248 |

E.Allan Price | Reform of mathematical teaching in Germany | Article | Dec 1912 | p. 394 |

E.A.Price | Reform of mathematical teaching in Germany (continued) | Article | Jan 1913 | p. 7 |

H.J.Priestley | Note on the teaching of the mean value theorem and its extensions | MNote 502 | Jan 1917 | p. 9 |

Pupils at Bancroft's School | On note 393 | MNote 421 | July 1914 | p. 361 |

E.M.Radford | Angular momentum of a body in two dimensions | MNote 415 | May 1914 | p. 333 |

E.M.Radford | Geometrical proofs of some triangle formulae | MNote 453 | Dec 1915 | p. 173 |

M.Ray | On note 349 | MNote 469 | May 1916 | p. 266 |

C.H.Richards | Note on the pedal triangle | MNote 390 | Jan 1913 (Special) | p. 48 |

C.H.Richards | Note on the distances of the in-centre and ex-centres of a triangle from any vertex | MNote 521 | Dec 1917 | p. 159 |

T.J.Richards | If a triangle is inscribed in a directly similar triangle and if one triangle varies while the other remains fixed, the centre of similitude is either a fixed point or on a fixed circle | MNote 522 | Dec 1917 | p. 160 |

H.Riddell | A theorem on Simson lines | MNote 525 | Jan 1918 | p. 180 |

W.M.Roberts | A note on momentum and kinetic energy | MNote 432 | July 1914 | p. 368 |

E.P.Rouse | A line found to pass through the incentre of a triangle | MNote 407 | July 1913 | p. 151 |

E.P.Rouse | A neater proof of the geometry problem of note 407 | MNote 433 | July 1914 | p. 369 |

E.P.Rouse | On note 349 | MNote 437 | Mar 1915 | p. 48 |

Y.Sawayama | On a certain group of circles | Article | Oct 1910 | p. 325 |

Charles N.Schmall | Note on the area of a triangle in plane coordinate geometry | MNote 498 | Dec 1916 | p. 336 |

H.E.Schmitz | The working conditions of the common pump | MNote 454 | Dec 1915 | p. 174 |

W.F.Sheppard | The power-sum formula and the Bernoullian function | Article | July 1912 | p. 332 |

W.F.Sheppard | The power-sum formula and the Bernoullian function (continued) | Article | May 1913 | p. 100 |

W.F.Sheppard | The use of brackets in arithmetic | MNote 475 | July 1916 | p. 296 |

Mrs F.G.Shinn | Notes on the teaching of arithmetic | Article | May 1915 | p. 61 |

S.V.Shovelton | A proof of Vandermonde's theorem and a generalisation | MNote 419 | July 1914 | p. 360 |

A.W.Siddons | Reply to note 473 | Letter | Dec 1916 | p. 340 |

A.W.Siddons | Arithmetical accuracy test | MNote 503 | Jan 1917 | p. 10 |

E.H.Smart | Note on the bisectors of the angles between two given straight lines | MNote 322 | Oct 1910 | p. 335 |

E.H.Smart | On note 446: Feuerbach's theorem | MNote 452 | Dec 1915 | p. 173 |

Charlotte Smith | Locus of orthocentre | MNote 362 | Jan 1912 | p. 221 |

"Solidus" | Simple proof of the harmonic property of pole and polar of a circle | MNote 293 | Oct 1909 | p. 140 |

D.M.Y.Sommerville | Note on Desargues' theorem | Article | Oct 1914 | p. 393 |

D.M.Y.Sommerville | Desargues' theorem | Letter | Mar 1915 | p. 53 |

D.M.Y.Sommerville | Elementary method of investigating the centroid of a uniform circular arc | MNote 470 | May 1916 | p. 266 |

D.M.Y.Sommerville | Note on Napier's logarithms | MNote 483 | July 1916 | p. 300 |

Prof. D.M.Y.Sommerville | Geometry at infinity | Article | Dec 1917 | p. 153 |

J.E.A.Steggall | On practical mathematics in schools | Article | Mar 1914 | p. 287 |

Edith A.Stoney | Approximation in method versus approximation in arithmetic | Letter | May 1910 | p. 279 |

Edith A. Stoney | The calculation of the coefficient of linear expansion | Letter | July 1910 | p. 302 |

F.G.Taylor | A case of three rotating lines and the point "O" | Article | Dec 1912 | p. 392 |

E.W.P.Temperley | The introduction to the idea of a negative number | MNote 376 | July 1912 | p. 339 |

G.R.Thompson | To inscribe a triangle in a given triangle so that the sum of the squares of its sides shall be a minimum | MNote 330 | Oct 1910 | p. 339 |

J.A.Tomkins | The theory of the polar planimeter: an application of the method of barriers | Article | July 1911 | p. 127 |

H.L.Trachtenberg | (1) The radical axis of the circumcircle and the Brocard circle. (2) The relative positions of these circles | MNote 333 | Dec 1910 | p. 357 |

H.L.Trachtenberg | See pp. 288 et seq and p. 406, Vol III | MNote 341 | Jan 1911 | p. 388 |

H.L.Trachtenberg | The equation of the bisectors of the angles between the general pair of straight lines | MNote 342 | Jan 1911 | p. 388 |

H.L.Trachtenberg | Tetrahedral coordinates - the conditions necessary in order that the general quadric should be one of revolution | MNote 390A* | May 1913 | p. 105 |

C.O.Tuckey | Two problems on the circle | MNote 445 | May 1915 | p. 84 |

Prof. H.H.Turner | Presidential address | Article | Mar 1910 - Part II | p. 220 |

Prof. H.H.Turner | Presidential address to The Mathematical Association | Article | Mar 1911 | p. 3 |

H.H.Turner | Mathematical tables | Letter | Oct 1919 | p. 392 |

Charles Tweedie | A study of the life and writings of Colin Maclaurin | Article | Oct 1915 | p. 133 |

Charles Tweedie | Notes on the life and works of Colin Maclaurin | Article | Jan 1919 | p. 303 |

Inayat Ullahkhán | Mechanical construction for the trisection of an angle | MNote 393 | May 1913 | p. 108 |

C.J.L.Wagstaff | Should we continue to teach geometry? | Article | Mar 1917 | p. 38 |

W.J.Walker | On the teaching of elementary mathematics in secondary schools | Article | Oct 1912 | p. 371 |

C.E.Weatherburn | A plea for a more general use of vector analysis in applied mathematics | Article | Jan 1917 | p. 2 |

F.J.W.Whipple | A geometrical construction for the sum of a geometrical progression | MNote 292 | Oct 1909 | p. 139 |

F.J.W.Whipple | A geometrical construction for | MNote 309 | Jan 1910 | p. 188 |

F.J.W.Whipple | Fundamental trigonometrical expansions | MNote 311 | Mar 1910 - Part I | p. 205 |

F.J.W.Whipple | To prove that if a pentagon and a decagon be inscribed in a circle, the difference between the squares on their sides is the square on the radius of the circle | MNote 324 | Oct 1910 | p. 336 |

F.J.W.Whipple | Tangents and foci of conics. Alternative proof of standard theorems | MNote 336 | Dec 1910 | p. 360 |

F.J.W.Whipple | Representation of the power of a point with respect to a conic | MNote 340 | Jan 1911 | p. 388 |

F.J.W.Whipple | Another proof of the theorem referred to in note 427 | MNote 428 | July 1914 | p. 363 |

Prof. A.N.Whitehead | The aims of education - a plea for reform (Presidential address) | Article | Jan 1916 | p. 191 |

A.N.Whitehead | Technical education and its relation to science and literature | Article | Mar 1917 | p. 20 |

C.T.Whitmell | Attraction by spheroids | MNote 477 | July 1916 | p. 297 |

C.C.Wiles | Note on the factorization of the trinomial | MNote 328 | Oct 1910 | p. 338 |

Rev. Canon J.M.Wilson | On two fragments of geometrical treatises found in Worcester Cathedral | Article | Mar 1911 | p. 19 |

Rev. Canon J.M.Wilson | Further comment on the fragments from Worcester Cathedral | Letter | Mar 1911 | p. 59 |

T.Worrall | Note on Pascal's theorem | MNote 513 | July 1917 | p. 125 |

The correlation of the teaching of mathematics and science | Report | Jan 1909 | p. 1 | |

The correlation of mathematical and science teaching | Report | Dec 1909 | p. 145 | |

C.G.Knott | The Napier tercentenary celebration | Report | May 1913 | p. 98 |

The Public Schools Special Committee | A general mathematical syllabus for non-specialists in public schools | Report | July 1913 | p. 129 |

Mathematics in secondary schools | Report | Jan 1914 | p. 231 | |

The teaching of calculus | Report | Jan 1914 | p. 233 | |

The teaching of calculus in public and secondary schools in the UK | Report | Jan 1914 | p. 235 | |

The report of the committee on the teaching of arithmetic in public schools | Report | Mar 1916 | p. 233 | |

Discussion on the report on the teaching of arithmetic | Report | Oct 1916 | p. 309 | |

Report on the teaching of mechanics | Report | Oct-Dec 1918 | p. 265 | |

Report of the MA committee on the teaching of mathematics in public and secondary schools | Report | Dec 1919 | p. 393 | |

Joint meeting of The Mathematical Association and The Public School Science Masters' Association | Minutes | Mar 1910 - Part II | p. 244 | |

On The Board of Education circular (geometry) | Discussions | July 1910 | p. 289 | |

On the report of the committee on the teaching of algebra and trigonometry | Discussions | Mar 1911 | p. 42 | |

The place of mathematics in girls' education | Discussions | Jan 1912 | p. 203 | |

On some unrealised possibilities in mathematical education | Discussions | Mar 1912 | p. 246 | |

A plea for the earlier introduction of the calculus | Discussions | Mar 1912 | p. 259 | |

Report on the teaching of multiplication and division of decimals | Discussions | Dec 1915 | p. 165 | |

G.St L.Carson | Intuition | Discussions | Mar 1913 | p. 60 |

Miss Barwell | The advisability of including some instruction in the school course on the history of mathematics | Discussions | Mar 1913 | p. 72 |

Dr W.P.Milne | The teaching of scholarship mathematics in secondary schools | Discussions | Mar 1913 | p. 80 |

Suggestions for Notation and Printing | Suggestion | Dec 1915 | p. 172 | |

A letter from Sir William Rowan Hamilton | Historical | Jan 1919 | p. 302 | |

G.P.Blake | Question proposed for inclusion | The Pillory | May 1911 | p. 89 |

The Pillory | May 1912 | p. 310 | ||

The Pillory | July 1912 | p. 342 | ||

The Pillory | Mar 1915 | p. 53 | ||

The Pillory | May 1916 | p. 279 | ||

Prof. F.R.Barrell | Obituary | Jan 1916 | p. 214 | |

Prof. H.W.Lloyd Tanner | Obituary | Jan 1916 | p. 215 | |

Prof. W.H.H.Hudson | Obituary | Mar 1916 | p. 245 | |

Harold Crabtree | Obituary | May 1916 | p. 280 | |

Charles Samuel Jackson | Obituary | Mar 1917 | p. 45 | |

* In May 1913 the numbers 387 to 391 were used a second time to count the Mathematical Notes, the first occasion being in the January (Special) edition for 1913. In this Index the second time of use has been identified with the addition of the suffix 'A'.

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61 | Mar 1909 | 68 | 79 | May 1912 | 297 | 4 | Jan 1911 | 394 | 67 | May 1911 | 89 | |

62 | Mar 1909 | 68 | 80 | May 1912 | 297 | 8 | June-July 1909 | 120 | 68 | Dec 1910 | 363 | |

63 | June-July 1909 | 119 | 81 | July 1912 | 341 | 8 | Dec 1909 | 168 | 68 | Jan 1911 | 394 | |

64 | June-July 1909 | 119 | 82 | July 1912 | 341 | 10 | Mar 1909 | 69 | 68 | Jan 1911 | 395 | |

65 | June-July 1909 | 119 | 83 | Oct 1912 | 379 | 22 | Mar 1909 | 70 | 68 | July 1911 | 131 | |

66 | June-July 1909 | 119 | 84 | Oct 1912 | 379 | 23 | Mar 1909 | 69 | 69 | Jan 1911 | 396 | |

67 | Oct 1909 | 144 | 85 | Jan 1914 | 246 | 26 | Mar 1909 | 69 | 69 | July 1911 | 131 | |

68 | Jan 1910 | 189 | 85 | May 1914 | 337 | 28 | Mar 1909 | 69 | 69 | July 1911 | 132 | |

69 | Oct 1910 | 330 | 86 | Jan 1914 | 246 | 37 | Dec 1909 | 167 | 71 | May 1912 | 298 | |

70 | Oct 1910 | 330 | 87 | Jan 1914 | 247 | 47 | Mar 1909 | 70 | 71 | July 1912 | 341 | |

71 | Oct 1910 | 330 | 87 | May 1914 | 337 | 54 | June-July 1909 | 120 | 71 | July 1913 | 153 | |

72 | Jan 1911 | 393 | 88 | Jan 1914 | 247 | 59 | Oct 1910 | 330 | 71 | Oct 1913 | 175 | |

73 | Jan 1911 | 394 | 89 | July 1914 | 374 | 60 | Mar 1909 | 70 | 74 | May 1912 | 299 | |

74 | Oct 1911 | 159 | 90 | July 1914 | 375 | 63 | Oct 1910 | 330 | 75 | May 1912 | 299 | |

75 | Oct 1911 | 159 | 91 | July 1914 | 375 | 63 | Oct 1911 | 159 | 75 | July 1912 | 342 | |

76 | May 1912 | 297 | 92 | Oct 1914 | 411 | 67 | Oct 1910 | 330 | 80 | July 1912 | 342 | |

77 | May 1912 | 297 | 93 | Oct 1914 | 411 | 67 | Oct 1910 | 331 | 81 | Dec 1914 | 427 | |

78 | May 1912 | 297 | 67 | Oct 1910 | 332 | 81 | Dec 1914 | 428 | ||||

67 | Dec 1910 | 362 | 83 | May 1913 | 115 | |||||||

67 | Jan 1911 | 395 | 83 | Jan 1914 | 247 |