AUTHOR | TITLE | PAGE | Issue | Category |

C.W.Adams | Compound interest | 383 | Oct 1923 | MNote 679 |

Prof. E.N. da C.Andrade | Some problems of atomic structure | 46 | Mar 1926 | Article |

A.H.Anglin | Expression for volume of a tetrahedron | 172 | Oct 1922 | MNote 642 |

Prof. Norman Anning | To draw a Cayley configuration | 228 | Dec 1926 | Article |

Anon. "A.O.P." | A curiosity | 43 | Mar 1920 | MNote 538 |

Anon. | On the conic in polar coordinates | 140 | Oct 1920 | MNote 552 |

Anon. "Cymric" | A method of finding the normal acceleration in circular motion | 142 | Oct 1920 | MNote 553 |

Anon. "Austral." | Area of a triangle in terms of the coordinates of its angular points | 143 | Oct 1920 | MNote 554 |

Anon. "X.Y." | Pillory i, p. 160 | 180 | Dec 1920 | MNote 567 |

Anon. "C.G." | Sayings of Napoleon | 207 | July 1921 | MNote 582 |

Anon. | Mechanics problem on forces within a jointed-rod framework | 14 | Jan 1922 | MNote 599 |

Anon. "M." | Query: the earliest appearance of for "therefore" and for "because" | 275 | Mar 1923 | MNote 655 |

Anon. "Q.E.D." | A problem upon | 311 | May 1923 | MNote 662 |

Anon. "J.W.K." | Query over whether or not De Moivre's theorem extends to 3-D | 111 | May 1924 | MNote 712 |

Anon. "D" | Impressions of a geometry examination marker | 159 | July 1926 | MNote 839 |

Anon. | (The life of Richard) Porson | 134 | May 1928 | MNote 886 |

Anon. "Inquirer" | Economy in the elements of mathematics | 462 | May 1929 | MNote 939 |

Anon. "D.N.L." | Why all this fuss? | 463 | May 1929 | MNote 941 |

Raymond Clare Archibald | Notes on some minor English mathematical serials | 379 | Apr 1929 | Article |

R.C.Archibald | A letter of de Moivre and a theorem of Halley | 574 | Dec 1929 | MNote 947 |

Arfon | A problem in probabilities | 87 | May 1922 | MNote 627 |

B.C.Atkin | I.47 and numerical exercises | 340 | Mar 1925 | MNote 755 |

B.C.Atkin | Imaginary circles in Cartesian geometry | 160 | July 1926 | MNote 840 |

E.J.Atkinson | Parabolic motion of the projectile | 354 | Mar 1929 | Article |

A.A.Krishnaswami Ayyangar | Geocentric parallax | 63 | May 1920 | MNote 542 |

A.A.Krishnaswami Ayyangar | A curious property of numbers | 230 | Jan 1923 | Article |

A.A.Krishnaswami Ayyangar | Ptolemy's theorem | 236 | Jan 1923 | MNote 653 |

A.A.Krishnaswami Ayyangar | Note on the parallel-postulate | 191 | Oct 1924 | Article |

Prof. H.F.Baker | Can the range of geometry taught in schools be widened? | 349 | May 1927 | Article |

W.W.Rouse Ball | On "coaching" for the Cambridge Tripos | 166 | July 1924 | MNote 720 |

Prof. A.F.Barker | The mathematics of thread and cloth construction: an historical survey | 86 | July 1920 | Article |

S.Barnard | A problem in algebra | 393 | July 1927 | MNote 872 |

S.Barnard | Cross ratio and a four-point figure | 112 | May 1928 | Article |

S.Barnard | Linear equations | 134 | May 1928 | MNote 887 |

G.N.Bates | On note 540 | 176 | Dec 1920 | MNote 560 |

G.N.Bates | On note 621 (Vol XI, p 85) | 164 | Oct 1922 | MNote 635 |

H.A.Baxter | The teaching of parallels to boys of about 12 | 164 | July 1924 | MNote 718 |

W.F.Beard | Geometry problem and solution | 135 | May 1928 | MNote 888 |

L.B.Benny | Some deductions from the form of the equation of the conic section | 8 | Jan 1924 | Article |

L.B.Benny | On note 677: the concurrence of three straight lines | 23 | Jan 1924 | MNote 696 |

L.B.Benny | The teaching of mathematics to technical students | 59 | Mar 1924 | Article |

L.B.Benny | The use of vectors in practical mathematics | 233 | Dec 1924 | Article |

Arthur Berry | A property of the nine points circle | 122 | May 1926 | MNote 831 |

W.E.H.Berwick | The four fours | 43 | Mar 1920 | MNote 541 |

W.E.H.Berwick | Missing-figure problems | 359 | Dec 1921 | Article |

W.E.H.Berwick | Solutions to missing-figure problems | 8 | Jan 1922 | Article |

W.E.H.Berwick | Note 587. Gazette, p 328, Oct 1921 | 86 | May 1922 | MNote 623 |

W.E.H.Berwick | T.G.Creak, M.A. | 179 | Oct 1922 | Obituary |

W.E.H.Berwick | The numerical evaluation of a resultant | 252 | Dec 1924 | MNote 743 |

Prof. W.E.H.Berwick | The arithmetic of quadratic number-fields | 1 | Jan 1928 | Article |

W.G.Bickley | A graphical treatment of simple harmonic motion | 64 | May 1920 | MNote 543 |

W.G.Bickley | An introduction to exponentials for technical students | 10 | Jan 1926 | Article |

C.Black | Note on the teaching of logarithms | 135 | May 1928 | MNote 889 |

P.Bolton | The organization of school mathematics | 60 | Mar 1928 | Article |

F.C.Boon | On the bisectors of the angles between two straight lines | 15 | Jan 1922 | MNote 601 |

F.C.Boon | A notation for the use of common logarithms | 24 | Jan 1922 | MNote 611 |

A.A.Bourne | Latin extract from a book | 420 | Apr 1929 | MNote 929 |

William R.Bower | Note on Napier's logarithms | 14 | Jan 1920 | MNote 537 |

J.Brill | Two porisms | 325 | Oct 1921 | MNote 585 |

J.Brill | Note on a porism of Lord Brougham | 89 | May 1922 | MNote 631 |

J.Brill | Note on note 631 (Vol XI, p 89) | 166 | Oct 1922 | MNote 637 |

J.Brill | A certain dissection problem | 273 | Mar 1923 | Article |

J.Brill | Note on the geometrical properties of a system of four particles | 111 | May 1924 | MNote 713 |

J.Brill | Note on certain poristic cases of the deformable plane quadrilateral | 158 | July 1926 | MNote 838 |

Dr S.Brodetsky | The graphical treatment of differential equations (Cont. from Oct 1919, p 382) | 3 | Jan 1920 | Article |

Dr S.Brodetsky | The graphical treatment of differential equations | 35 | Mar 1920 | Article |

Dr S.Brodetsky | The graphical treatment of differential equations | 49 | May 1920 | Article |

S.Brodetsky | Aeroplane mathematics | 257 | May 1921 | Article |

Prof. S.Brodetsky | Gravitation | 157 | July 1928 | Article |

T.J.I'A.Bromwich | Easy mathematics and lawn tennis | 229 | Oct 1928 | Article |

T.J.I'A.Bromwich | The methods used by Archimedes for approximating to square-roots | 253 | Dec 1928 | Article |

T.J.I'A.Bromwich | Elementary treatment of logarithms | 260 | Dec 1928 | Article |

T.J.I'A.Bromwich | Stray notes on elementary geometry | 285 | Jan 1929 | Article |

T.J.I'A.Bromwich | Note on geometrical optics | 300 | Jan 1929 | MNote 913 |

J.W.Brooks | A note on the treatment of the geometrical progressions which arise in the calculation of an annuity | 206 | Oct 1924 | MNote 735 |

Miss I.M.Brown | Mathematical clubs in schools | 384 | May 1925 | Article |

F.G.Brown | Note on radial and transverse accelerations | 326 | Oct 1921 | MNote 586 |

F.G.Brown | Sign in elementary analytical geometry | 363 | Dec 1921 | Article |

F.G.Brown | Remarks on note 554: Area of a triangle in terms of the coordinates of its angular points | 376 | Dec 1921 | MNote 596 |

F.G.Brown | An introduction to logarithms | 164 | Oct 1922 | MNote 636 |

Frederick G.W.Brown | Note 551, p 144 | 180 | Dec 1920 | MNote 568 |

G.H.Bryan | A formal geometrical construction for the solution of the sound ranging problem | 43 | Mar 1920 | MNote 538 |

Prof. G.H.Bryan | Calculus stencils | 375 | Oct 1923 | Article |

G.H.Bryan | The law of refraction for the geometrical lens system | 343 | Mar 1925 | MNote 762 |

J.L.Burchnall | Partial fractions: dealing with multiple roots | 206 | Dec 1922 | MNote 646 |

J.L.Burchnall | Functions of an infinite number of variables | 513 | Oct 1929 | Article |

J.C.Burkill | The Stieltjes integral in harmonic analysis | 195 | Oct 1926 | Article |

Arnold Buxton | Approximate integration | 151 | Oct 1922 | Article |

Arnold Buxton | Approximate integration | 181 | Dec 1922 | Article |

Arnold Buxton | Further notes on approximate integration | 414 | Dec 1923 | Article |

Arnold Buxton | An application of Bessel functions to a problem in optical resolution | 425 | July 1925 | Article |

A.Buxton | The generalisation of geometrical optics | 549 | Dec 1929 | Article |

Prof. Florian Cajori | The St Andrew's cross (×) as a mathematical symbol | 136 | Oct 1922 | Article |

Florian Cajori | Mathematical symbols (v. Math. Gaz. XI, p 315). Symbols for "therefore" and "greater" or "less than" | 383 | Oct 1923 | MNote 680 |

Florian Cajori | Despiau's select amusements | 216 | Oct 1924 | MNote 742 |

Florian Cajori | Madame du Châtelet on fluxions | 252 | Dec 1926 | MNote 862 |

Prof. Florian Cajori | Sir Isaac Newton's edition of Varen's Geography | 415 | Apr 1929 | Article |

E.J.F.Canham | To find | 338 | July 1923 | MNote 673 |

H.Cansdale | The resolution of quartics | 112 | May 1924 | MNote 714 |

H.Cansdale | Quintics and higher equations | 252 | Dec 1924 | MNote 744 |

T.Carleman | Probability of winning a set at tennis | 43 | Mar 1920 | MNote 540 |

Arthur J.Carr | Proof of the theorem that the A.M. of quantities exceeds their G.M. | 244 | Dec 1926 | MNote 856 |

A.J.Carr | On determinants | 136 | May 1928 | MNote 890 |

Prof. H.S.Carslaw | The story of Mercator's map | 1 | Jan 1924 | Article |

Prof. H.S.Carslaw | The differentiation of a function of a function | 92 | May 1924 | Article |

Prof. H.S.Carslaw | Term-by-term integration of infinite series | 427 | Dec 1927 | Article |

Prof. H.S.Carslaw | Operational methods in mathematical physics | 216 | Oct 1928 | Article |

Prof. Sydney Chapman | Summer schools for advanced mathematical study | 57 | Mar 1924 | Article |

Prof. S.Chapman | The Manchester University summer school of mathematics at Bangor | 185 | Oct 1924 | Article |

C.H.Chepmell | A trisection | 328 | Oct 1921 | MNote 589 |

C.H.Chepmell | A solution of the binomial equation | 20 | Jan 1922 | MNote 606 |

C.H.Chepmell | Morley's theorem | 85 | May 1922 | MNote 621 |

C.H.Chepmell | A geometrical construction of the regular heptagon (by means of the elliptic compasses) | 21 | Jan 1924 | MNote 694 |

C.H.Chepmell | Duplication, trisection and the elliptic compasses | 212 | Oct 1924 | MNote 740 |

C.H.Chepmell | In a given circle to inscribe (by means of the elliptic compasses) the regular polygons of 13 and 26 sides | 284 | Jan 1927 | MNote 864 |

N.J.Chignell | To show | 209 | Jan 1921 | MNote 575 |

N.J.Chignell | The use and abuse of formulae | 344 | Mar 1929 | Article |

J.M.Child | Proof of Morley's theorem (by Euclid, Bk. III) | 171 | Oct 1922 | MNote 640 |

J.M.Child | Note 673, p 338 | 384 | Oct 1923 | MNote 682 |

J.M.Child | Theorems on factorials and homogeneous products derived from a theorem of Lagrange | 158 | July 1924 | Article |

J.M.Child | On note 796, Gazette, XII, p 470 | 509 | Dec 1925 | MNote 814 |

J.M.Child | The approach to the differentiation and integration of logarithmic and exponential functions | 111 | May 1926 | Article |

J.M.Child | Note on Stirling's theorem | 247 | Dec 1926 | MNote 858 |

Rev. S.H.Clarke | The teaching of mathematics to boys whose chief interests are non-mathematical | 234 | Mar 1921 | Article |

T.M.A.Cooper | Query concerning Oxford Scholarship question on motion in a resisting medium | 14 | Jan 1922 | MNote 600 |

T.M.A.Cooper | Suggested by: - HP, PS are chords of a circle. Required to construct in the circle a quadrilateral such that HP, PS, being two of the sides, a circle can be inscribed in it | 124 | May 1926 | MNote 833 |

D.Coxeter | Expansion of in powers of or
| 30 | Jan 1926 | MNote 826 |

D.Coxeter | Appeal for proof of some trig integrals | 205 | Oct 1926 | MNote 853 |

G.E.Crawford | On a certain quadrilateral | 422 | Dec 1923 | MNote 693 |

J.H.Cullen | Euclid (IV, 10) | 26 | Jan 1926 | MNote 823 |

E.Cunningham | Mathematics and morals | 265 | Jan 1927 | Article |

A.Dakin | That pure and applied mathematics ought to be taught and developed pari passu in boys' secondary schools | 51 | Mar 1922 | Article |

Bibhutibhusan Datta | Hindu names | 166 | July 1926 | MNote 846 |

R.F.Davis | A certain algebraic expression is either always positive or always negative | 65 | May 1920 | MNote 544 |

R.F.Davis | The pillory, ii. p 160 | 206 | Jan 1921 | MNote 570 |

R.F.Davis | Geometrical view of Morley's theorem | 85 | May 1922 | MNote 622 |

R.F.Davis | Enigma (Math.Gaz. XI, p 247) | 390 | Oct 1923 | MNote 691 |

R.F.Davis | Geometrical note | 110 | May 1924 | MNote 709 |

R.F.Davis | To find the position of P within a given triangle ABC, so that shall be a minimum ( being known ratios) | 172 | July 1924 | MNote 726 |

R.F.Davis | What is the significance of the equation to a straight line in trilinear coordinates? | 254 | Dec 1924 | MNote 745 |

R.F.Davis | Formulae derived from statical considerations | 255 | Dec 1924 | MNote 746 |

R.F.Davis and E.P.Lewis | The envelope of Simson's line | 420 | Oct 1927 | MNote 874 |

R.Hamilton Dick | Proof of Euclid VI.3 | 206 | Oct 1924 | MNote 734 |

The position of common logarithms in mathematical training | 27 | Mar 1920 | Discussion | |

How to keep teachers of mathematics in touch with modern methods and developments | 55 | Mar 1922 | Discussion | |

Tangency and limits and the geometry report | 317 | Mar 1925 | Discussion | |

The proper function of The Mathematical Gazette | 78 | Mar 1926 | Discussion | |

The report on the teaching of mathematics to evening technical students | 82 | Mar 1926 | Discussion | |

The choice of units in the teaching of mechanics | 416 | Oct 1927 | Discussion | |

A meeting of the Mathematical Association which took place on 8th Jan 1929 | 332 | Mar 1929 | Discussion | |

W.J.Dobbs | Co-ordinate geometry in schools (Cont from Oct 1919, p 388) | 39 | Mar 1920 | Article |

W.J.Dobbs | The pillory, ii. p 160 | 206 | Jan 1921 | MNote 570 |

W.J.Dobbs | Reply to two queries about the Oxford Scholarship paper: Response to MNotes 599 and 600 | 14 | Jan 1922 | |

W.J.Dobbs | Vector proof that the mid-points P, Q, R of the diagonals of a complete quadrilateral are collinear | 59 | Mar 1922 | MNote 617 |

W.J.Dobbs | Question proposed for solution | 88 | May 1922 | MNote 629 |

W.J.Dobbs | On note 718, Math.Gaz. XII, 164, The teaching of parallels | 202 | Oct 1924 | MNote 727 |

W.J.Dobbs | The principle of similarity | 461 | Oct 1925 | Article |

W.J.Dobbs | On note 796, Gazette, XII, p 470 | 509 | Dec 1925 | MNote 813 |

H.D'Olier Drury | Problems on a transversal of a triangle | 109 | May 1924 | MNote 708 |

C.V.Durell | The use of limits in elementary geometry | 331 | Mar 1925 | Article |

Albert Eagle | A simple theory of the gamma function | 118 | May 1928 | Article |

Albert Eagle | Note on the asymptotic expansion of the logarithm of the factorial function (Stirling's series) | 258 | Dec 1928 | Article |

A.S.Eddington | Address on relativity | 228 | Mar 1921 | Article |

Editor | G.W.Palmer | 42 | Mar 1920 | Obituary |

Editor | Regula stultorum | 195 | July 1928 | MNote 904 |

M.Betham Edwards | Reminiscences of Sylvester | 168 | July 1924 | MNote 722 |

M.F.Egan | Proof that the tangent to a conic is equally inclined to the focal vectors | 376 | Dec 1921 | MNote 595 |

Capt. T.C.J.Elliott | Closed Euclidean spaces | 57 | Mar 1922 | MNote 613 |

Capt. T.C.J.Elliott | Practical non-Euclidean geometry | 422 | July 1925 | Article |

T.C.J.Elliott | The dial machine | 205 | Oct 1926 | MNote 854 |

Col. T.C.J.Elliott | A conversation on right angles | 79 | Mar 1928 | Article |

Col. T.C.J.Elliott | Second conversation on right angles | 266 | Dec 1928 | Article |

T.C.J.Elliott | Note on the bracket notation for connections between variables | 268 | Dec 1928 | MNote 908 |

T.C.J.Elliott | The idea of function and manifold | 575 | Dec 1929 | MNote 948 |

"Elphin" | Problem. Solution required | 421 | Oct 1927 | MNote 877 |

Elpis | Mnemonics | 172 | July 1924 | MNote 725 |

J.Fairgrieve | The relations of geography and mathematics in a well-equipped secondary school | 1 | Jan 1920 | Article |

R.C.Fawdry | The teaching of mechanics to beginners | 30 | Mar 1920 | Article |

D.F.Ferguson | Geometrical construction for finding a number such that where a and b are known
| 377 | Dec 1921 | MNote 597 |

W.L.Ferrar | Note on the solution of | 386 | Oct 1923 | MNote 685 |

W.L.Ferrar | A result in differential calculus | 204 | Oct 1924 | MNote 730 |

W.L.Ferrar | Note on note 730 | 340 | Mar 1925 | MNote 754 |

Prof. L.N.G.Filon | The beginnings of arithmetic | 401 | July 1925 | Article |

Prof. L.N.G.Filon | Some points on the teaching of rational mechanics | 146 | July 1926 | Article |

R.A.Fisher | The sieve of Eratosthenes | 564 | Dec 1929 | Article |

W.C.Fletcher | A method of studying non-Euclidean geometry | 260 | Mar 1923 | Article |

W.C.Fletcher | English and mathematics | 37 | Mar 1924 | Article |

W.C.Fletcher | The Lorentz transformation | 361 | May 1925 | Article |

W.C.Fletcher | Geometrical congruence | 321 | Mar 1927 | Article |

H.G.Forder | Note on the formula AB.CD + BC.AD + CA.BD = 0 | 345 | Mar 1925 | MNote 765 |

H.G.Forder | Direct derivation of the series for log 2 | 390 | May 1925 | MNote 772 |

H.G.Forder | Euler numbers | 233 | Oct 1928 | MNote 906 |

H.G.Forder | The axioms of geometry | 321 | Mar 1929 | Article |

Prof. A.R.Forsyth | Differential equations in mechanics and physics | 73 | May 1922 | Article |

V. Le Neve Foster | Mr John Maximilian Dyer | 357 | Mar 1925 | Obituary |

C.Fox | Note on tangential equations of conics | 289 | Jan 1929 | Article |

C.Fox | Some kinematical properties of a moving lamina | 351 | Mar 1929 | MNote 923 |

C.Fox | The orthocentre and some properties of conic sections | 451 | May 1929 | Article |

E.C.Francis | Modern theories of integration | 72 | Mar 1926 | Article |

J.G.Furtado | Geometrical construction | 62 | Mar 1924 | MNote 702 |

J.G.Furtado | Construction for points on Newton's trisecting hyperbola (e = 2) | 164 | July 1924 | MNote 717 |

J.P.Gabbatt | A generalisation of Feuerbach's theorem | 507 | Dec 1925 | MNote 811 |

J.P.Gabbatt | Note on Feuerbach's theorem | 25 | Jan 1926 | MNote 820 |

Gallina | Query concerning logs | 61 | Mar 1924 | MNote 700 |

R.W.Genese | Remarks on note 508: Brocard points for a quadrilateral | 143 | Oct 1920 | MNote 555 |

R.W.Genese | On the theory of the plane complex with simple geometrical and kinematical illustrations | 293 | May 1923 | Article |

R.W.Genese | On a chess-board problem | 165 | July 1924 | MNote 719 |

R.W.Genese | A simple dynamical experiment | 341 | Mar 1925 | MNote 757 |

R.W.Genese | A class experiment in hydrostatics | 342 | Mar 1925 | MNote 758 |

R.W.Genese | Speculation concerning an imaginary angle | 474 | Oct 1925 | MNote 799 |

Prof. R.W.Genese | A simple exposition of Grassman's methods | 373 | July 1927 | Article |

N.M.Gibbins | A chord of a conic passes through a fixed point. To find the locus of the middle point | 210 | Jan 1921 | MNote 577 |

N.M.Gibbins | To find the evolute of the conic (1) in Cartesians, (2) in trilinears | 371 | Dec 1921 | MNote 592 |

N.M.Gibbins | Locus of one corner of a triangle when the other two are constrained to move on certain parabolas | 16 | Jan 1922 | MNote 602 |

N.M.Gibbins | To find the other sides of a quadrilateral determined (1) by a point, line and conic; (2) two lines and conic | 17 | Jan 1922 | MNote 603 |

N.M.Gibbins | To find the depth of the centre of pressure of a triangle (1) with one vertex in the surface, (2) completely submersed | 86 | May 1922 | MNote 624 |

N.M.Gibbins | Conjugate diameters in areals | 226 | Jan 1923 | Article |

N.M.Gibbins | The conic in parameters | 302 | May 1923 | Article |

N.M.Gibbins | Extension of Dufton's rule | 256 | Dec 1924 | MNote 747 |

N.M.Gibbins | The foci of a conic | 288 | Jan 1925 | MNote 749 |

N.M.Gibbins | Proof of Feuerbach's theorem | 347 | Mar 1925 | MNote 768 |

N.M.Gibbins | Moment of inertia of a triangle about any line in its plane | 392 | May 1925 | MNote 776 |

N.M.Gibbins | Theorem concerning a line crossing a triangle | 440 | July 1925 | MNote 784 |

N.M.Gibbins | Simple derivation of the Lorentz transformation | 474 | Oct 1925 | MNote 800 |

N.M.Gibbins | To find the equation of the directrices of | 477 | Oct 1925 | MNote 803 |

N.M.Gibbins | Very simple mean-ordinate rules | 508 | Dec 1925 | MNote 812 |

N.M.Gibbins | Two propositions on a moving lamina | 22 | Jan 1926 | MNote 817 |

N.M.Gibbins | Suggestion for first lessons on calculus | 24 | Jan 1926 | MNote 819 |

N.M.Gibbins | To find upper and lower limits to the sums of the series formed by omitting from the series the fractions whose denominator contain (a) the digit 0, (b) the digit 1 | 31 | Jan 1926 | MNote 828 |

N.M.Gibbins | A simplification | 121 | May 1926 | MNote 830 |

N.M.Gibbins | Difference equations | 202 | Oct 1926 | MNote 851 |

N.M.Gibbins | To find the equation of the other two pairs of lines through the four points determined by the intersection of the conic with the lines and | 249 | Dec 1926 | MNote 859 |

N.M.Gibbins | Circle through three points of a conic: circle of curvature | 286 | Jan 1927 | MNote 865 |

N.M.Gibbins | Relative positions of points and lines | 268 | Dec 1928 | MNote 909 |

N.M.Gibbins | Introduction to elliptic functions | 519 | Oct 1929 | Article |

R.W.M.Gibbs | Productive fractions | 233 | Jan 1923 | MNote 649 |

G.T.Gillespy | An early work on interpolation | 442 | July 1925 | MNote 789 |

Howard E.Girdlestone | Conical projection of a conic | 174 | Dec 1920 | MNote 559 |

Howard E.Girdlestone | Conical projection of circle into ellipse | 24 | Jan 1922 | MNote 612 |

C.Godfrey | Geometry teaching: the next step | 20 | Mar 1920 | Article |

Prof. C.Godfrey | Vectors | 43 | Mar 1922 | Article |

C.Godfrey | Rawdon Levett - a great schoolmaster | 325 | July 1923 | Obituary |

Prof. C.Godfrey | Constructions in geometry. What is legitimate? | 51 | Mar 1924 | Article |

M.Goldberg | Wrong definitions in Encyclopedia Britannica | 197 | July 1928 | MNote 905 |

S.Gooding | Probability question for solution | 421 | Oct 1927 | MNote 876 |

G.Goodwill | Euclid and his successors: some confusion and a way out | 50 | Mar 1924 | Article |

C.H.Gore | Mathematics and morals | 147 | Oct 1922 | Article |

A.Gray | On the teaching and applications of dynamics | 103 | July 1920 | Article |

A.Gray | George Ballard Mathews, F.R.S. | 133 | Oct 1922 | Obituary |

H.G.Green | A simple property of the triangle | 113 | May 1924 | MNote 716 |

H.G.Green | Note on the construction of a regular -gon through given points | 208 | Oct 1924 | MNote 737 |

H.G.Green | A model for figures in three dimensions | 286 | Jan 1925 | Article |

H.G.Green | To find the lengths of the axes of a plane section of a non-central conicoid | 348 | Mar 1925 | MNote 769 |

H.G.Green | Note on reciprocation with respect to a circle | 438 | July 1925 | MNote 780 |

H.G.Green | The area of a triangle and the volume of a tetrahedron in Cartesian coordinates from a discussion of form | 471 | Oct 1925 | MNote 797 |

H.G.Green | A simple form of the catenary experiment | 165 | July 1926 | MNote 845 |

H.G.Green | The asymptotes of plane curves | 232 | Dec 1926 | Article |

G.Greenhill | Note 538. The sound ranging problem | 134 | Oct 1920 | MNote 548 |

G.Greenhill | Mathematics of reality and metamathematics | 357 | Oct 1923 | Article |

S.L.Green | The analytical treatment of the epipedon | 205 | Oct 1924 | MNote 733 |

S.L.Green | The relation between the area of a triangle and that of the equilateral triangle into which it can be orthogonally projected | 341 | Mar 1925 | MNote 756 |

S.L.Green | The volume cut from a right circular cone of semi-vertical angle by a plane making an angle with its axis | 444 | July 1925 | MNote 794 |

S.L.Green | The relation of the A.M. to the G.M. | 334 | Mar 1927 | MNote 869 |

W.J.Greenstreet | A century ago | 111 | July 1922 | Article |

W.J.Greenstreet | Mathematical symbols | 315 | May 1923 | MNote 669 |

F.H.V.Gulasekharam | The axes being oblique, to find the angle between two directions | 350 | Mar 1925 | MNote 771 |

F.G.Hall | An easy treatment of the simple pendulum | 215 | Jan 1921 | MNote 580 |

F.G.Hall | Graphs of trigonometrical expressions | 82 | May 1922 | Article |

F.G.Hall | Notes on "A Treatise on the Rectilinear Motion and Rotation of Bodies" by George Atwood, M.A., F.R.S. (Cambridge 1784) | 108 | July 1922 | Article |

F.G.Hall | Identities in elementary trigonometry | 144 | Oct 1922 | Article |

F.G.Hall | Pure mathematics in a secondary school advanced course | 221 | Jan 1923 | Article |

P.L.Hall | Making one's own log tables | 211 | Oct 1924 | MNote 739 |

E.R.Hamilton | A diagrammatic representation of certain functions of two variables | 210 | Jan 1921 | MNote 578 |

E.R.Hamilton | Mathematical ability - a plea for research | 372 | Oct 1923 | Article |

E.Hanbury Hankin | Examples of methods of drawing geometrical arabesque patterns | 370 | May 1925 | Article |

P.J.Harding | Fagnano's theorem on arcs of an ellipse | 337 | July 1923 | MNote 670 |

C.H.Hardingham | On note 553 | 176 | Dec 1920 | MNote 561 |

C.H.Hardingham | Note on the differentiation of and on the limit of as tends to zero | 212 | Jan 1921 | MNote 579 |

C.H.Hardingham | On note 597 | 59 | Mar 1922 | MNote 619 |

C.H.Hardingham | Mathematics on the gramophone | 234 | Jan 1923 | MNote 650 |

G.H.Hardy | What is geometry? | 309 | Mar 1925 | Article |

Prof. G.H.Hardy | The case against the Mathematical Tripos | 61 | Mar 1926 | Article |

F.W.Harvey | Note on Mr Bickley's article (Gazette, 180, p 10) | 125 | May 1926 | MNote 835 |

Prof. H.R.Hassé | The equation of activity in dynamics, and the principle of zero activity in statics | 442 | Dec 1927 | Article |

A.C.Heath | On the approximation to irrational numbers by rationals | 362 | May 1927 | Article |

Sir T.L.Heath | Greek mathematics and science | 289 | July 1921 | Article |

Sir T.L.Heath | Greek geometry with special reference to infinitesimals | 248 | Mar 1923 | Article |

Percy J.Heawood | Convergence of series | 176 | Dec 1920 | MNote 562 |

Prof. Percy J.Heawood | Comparison between rhumb-line and great-circle courses | 137 | July 1926 | Article |

Prof. Percy J.Heawood | Magnitude and minuteness - a crux in calculation involving the use of binomial series - arising out of a problem in probability | 567 | Dec 1929 | Article |

Prof. Sir James B.Henderson | The Stroud system of teaching dynamics | 99 | May 1924 | Article |

Paul R.Heyl | A superior limit to in Fermat's equation for a given value of | 368 | Oct 1923 | Article |

H.B.Heywood | The reform of university mathematics | 322 | Mar 1925 | Article |

M.J.M.Hill | Partial fractions associated with quadratic factors | 204 | Dec 1922 | MNote 645 |

Prof. M.J.M.Hill | A critical account of Euclid's exposition of the theory of proportion in the fifth book of the "Elements" | 213 | Jan 1923 | Article |

Prof. M.J.M.Hill | The postulate of parallels | 410 | Dec 1923 | Article |

M.J.M.Hill | The postulate of parallels | 167 | July 1924 | MNote 721 |

M.J.M.Hill | The postulate of parallels | 271 | Jan 1925 | Article |

M.J.M.Hill | The reduction of the equation of a central conic to its simplest form | 470 | Oct 1925 | MNote 796 |

M.J.M.Hill | The reduction of the equation of a central conic to its simplest form | 123 | May 1926 | MNote 832 |

Prof. M.J.M.Hill | On the teaching of mathematics | 296 | Mar 1927 | Article |

Prof. M.J.M.Hill | The logical eye and the mathematical eye | 36 | Mar 1928 | Article |

Harold Hilton | Extension of result in "Stray notes on elementary geometry" by Dr Bromwich (Jan 1929, p 285) | 495 | July 1929 | MNote 942 |

A.Hinckley | The sections of a cone | 504 | July 1929 | MNote 944 |

T.A.Honan and A.S.Gossett Tanner | Geometrical solution of the equations , | 364 | Mar 1929 | MNote 928 |

W.Hope-Jones | Probability and athletic sports | 144 | Oct 1920 | MNote 557 |

W.Hope-Jones | The bee and the pentagon | 206 | Jan 1921 | MNote 571 |

W.Hope-Jones | Area of cycloid | 207 | Jan 1921 | MNote 572 |

W.Hope-Jones | On note 549 (Rickets, Oct 1920) | 208 | Jan 1921 | MNote 573 |

W.Hope-Jones | The sound-ranging problem | 306 | July 1921 | MNote 581 |

W.Hope-Jones | Mnemonic for | 328 | Oct 1921 | MNote 588 |

W.Hope-Jones | Put and take | 57 | Mar 1922 | MNote 614 |

W.Hope-Jones | Centre of gravity of a pyramid | 87 | May 1922 | MNote 625 |

W.Hope-Jones | Right answers from fallacious reasoning | 177 | Oct 1922 | Letter |

W.Hope-Jones | "Put and take" | 338 | July 1923 | MNote 672 |

W.Hope-Jones | A plea for teaching probability in schools | 139 | July 1924 | Article |

W.Hope-Jones | Minors | 339 | Mar 1925 | MNote 752 |

W.Hope-Jones | Whist hands | 344 | Mar 1925 | MNote 763 |

W.Hope-Jones | Solution of problem, Gazette, XII, p 339, note 752 | 440 | July 1925 | MNote 785 |

W.Hope-Jones | Sound-ranging | 173 | July 1928 | Article |

E.M.Horsburgh | Charles Tweedie | 523 | Dec 1925 | Obituary |

R.C.G.Howland | To find the angle between the lines in which a cone is cut by a plane through its vertex | 235 | Jan 1923 | MNote 651 |

R.C.G.Howland | An example of abridged notation | 235 | Jan 1923 | MNote 652 |

R.C.J.Howland | The circle of similitude of two circles is coaxal with them | 443 | July 1925 | MNote 791 |

R.C.J.Howland | Integration of by direct summation | 444 | July 1925 | MNote 792 |

R.C.J.Howland | A new type of magic square | 444 | July 1925 | MNote 793 |

Miss H.P.Hudson | The pillory, ii. p 160 | 206 | Jan 1921 | MNote 570 |

Miss Hilda P.Hudson | Mathematics and eternity | 265 | Jan 1925 | Article |

A.G.Hughes | The psychology of mathematical ability | 205 | Oct 1928 | Article |

F.L.Hutchins | Easy calculation of products | 30 | Jan 1926 | MNote 827 |

J.A.Johnston | A probability problem | 478 | Oct 1925 | MNote 804 |

A.Clement Jones | A note on inversion | 369 | Dec 1921 | MNote 590 |

J.FitzRoy Jones | Properties of the nine-point circle | 180 | Dec 1920 | MNote 566 |

J.Katz | How is to be introduced into our teaching? | 489 | Dec 1925 | Article |

W.J.Langford | The cubic as a means of trisecting any angle | 456 | Dec 1927 | MNote 883 |

E.M.Langley | Note on the integration of the difference between two Fagnano arcs of an ellipse | 177 | Dec 1920 | MNote 563 |

E.M.Langley | Elementary solution of bee-cell problem | 370 | Dec 1921 | MNote 591 |

Edward M.Langley | Geometrical construction of foot of normal from origin, O, to a plane | 173 | Oct 1922 | MNote 643 |

E.M.Langley | A problem | 173 | Oct 1922 | MNote 644 |

E.M.Langley | Proof of Ptolemy's theorem | 237 | Jan 1923 | MNote 654 |

Edward M.Langley | A note on Tucker's harmonic quadrilateral | 306 | May 1923 | Article |

E.M.Langley | Addition to note 654, Vol XI, p 237 | 310 | May 1923 | MNote 657 |

E.M.Langley | Note on a useful formula in trigonometry | 24 | Jan 1924 | MNote 697 |

E.M.Langley | The bridal chair or couch | 62 | Mar 1924 | MNote 701 |

E.M.Langley | Note on "Gleanings" 57 (Gazette, vol X, p 133) | 113 | May 1924 | MNote 715 |

E.M.Langley | Answer to query in Gleaning 57, Gazette X, p 133 | 256 | Dec 1924 | MNote 748 |

E.M.Langley | Wallich's construction of | 346 | Mar 1925 | MNote 766 |

E.M.Langley | On note 694 (A geometric construction of a regular heptagon) | 346 | Mar 1925 | MNote 767 |

E.M.Langley | On note 640, XI, p 171 | 391 | May 1925 | MNote 774 |

E.M.Langley | Simple approximate construction for trisecting an angle | 392 | May 1925 | MNote 775 |

E.M.Langley | Note on note 759, Gazette, XII, p 342 | 435 | July 1925 | MNote 778 |

E.M.Langley | Mixture of "Arabic" with "Roman" numerals during the time of transition | 468 | Oct 1925 | Article |

E.M.Langley | Deviation of a refracted ray of light | 502 | Dec 1925 | MNote 806 |

John H.Lawlor | Some propositions relative to a tetrastigm | 135 | Oct 1920 | MNote 550 |

G.H.Lester | The laws of motion. A dialogue | 449 | Dec 1927 | Article |

Prof. H.Levy | Mathematical laboratory: its scope and function | 374 | May 1925 | Article |

Prof. H.Levy | The mathematical problems of aerodynamics | 437 | May 1929 | Article |

E.P.Lewis | Note on note 605 (Gazette, XI, p 20) | 87 | May 1922 | MNote 626 |

E.P.Lewis | Isogonal conjugates | 167 | Oct 1922 | MNote 638 |

E.P.Lewis | Note on angles connected with an ellipse | 344 | July 1923 | MNote 676 |

E.P.Lewis | Feuerbach's theorem | 421 | Dec 1923 | MNote 692 |

E.P.Lewis | Feuerbach's theorem | 510 | Dec 1925 | MNote 815 |

E.P.Lewis | A property connected with the "Circle of Zero Velocity" for the ellipse | 28 | Jan 1926 | MNote 825 |

E.P.Lewis | Lemoine's (?) theorem | 333 | Mar 1927 | MNote 868 |

E.P.Lewis | On a certain set of twelve circles all touching the circumcircle | 421 | Apr 1929 | MNote 930 |

G.J.Lidstone | On note 549 (Rickets, Oct 1920) | 207 | Jan 1921 | MNote 573 |

G.J.Lidstone | Notes 540 (Vol X, p 43) and 560 (Vol X, p 176) | 164 | Oct 1922 | MNote 634 |

G.J.Lidstone | The conditions for the concurrence of three straight lines | 344 | July 1923 | MNote 677 |

G.J.Lidstone | The equation of a line perpendicular to a given line | 439 | July 1925 | MNote 782 |

L.Lines | Note on note 610 | 618 | Mar 1922 | MNote 618 |

S.Lister | The rule of signs for a product: the completed multiplication table | 173 | Dec 1920 | MNote 558 |

T.L.Lizins | A mathematical solution of the "Daily Mail" puzzle | 18 | Jan 1922 | MNote 604 |

H.Lob | On a tetrahedron autopolar w.r.t. a conicoid | 313 | May 1923 | MNote 666 |

H.Lob | A formula in inequalities | 15 | Jan 1924 | Article |

H.Lob | The perpendiculars drawn to the sides of a cyclic quadrilateral from the mid-points of the opposite sides are concurrent | 459 | Dec 1927 | MNote 885 |

E.H.Lockwood | Approximate ellipse from circular arcs | 136 | May 1928 | MNote 891 |

Alfred Lodge | Differentials as a basis for teaching the calculus | 269 | Mar 1923 | Article |

A.Lodge | The Stroud system | 207 | Oct 1924 | MNote 736 |

A.Lodge | A theorem about centres of gravity | 339 | Mar 1925 | MNote 753 |

A.Lodge | Note on note 735 (Gazette XII, p 206) | 342 | Mar 1925 | MNote 760 |

A.Lodge | Formulae concerning ropes | 438 | July 1925 | MNote 779 |

A.Lodge | "Direction" and "Dimensions" | 503 | Dec 1925 | MNote 807 |

A.Lodge | A problem with solution | 505 | Dec 1925 | MNote 808 |

A.Lodge | Key to a solution | 126 | May 1926 | MNote 836 |

Prof. Alfred Lodge | The graphic solution of quadratic equations | 313 | Mar 1927 | Article |

A.Lodge | The graphical solution of quadratic equations | 367 | May 1927 | MNote 870 |

A.Lodge | Multiplication on the fingers | 367 | May 1927 | Letter |

Prof. A.Lodge | Introduction to Euclid's definition of ratio and of equal ratio | 57 | Mar 1928 | Article |

A.Lodge | The finger method of multiplication and extensions of it | 193 | July 1928 | Article |

A.Lodge | The volume of a skew cone | 270 | Dec 1928 | MNote 911 |

A.Lodge | v. Note 891, Gazette, vol. 14, p 136 | 270 | Dec 1928 | MNote 912 |

Prof. Alfred Lodge | Dimensions and identity of vector direction | 407 | Apr 1929 | Article |

Alfred Lodge | Example of formation of a nomogram | 421 | Apr 1929 | MNote 931 |

Gino Loria | Note on Gleanings Far and Near, 138, Gazette XI, p 143 | 310 | May 1923 | MNote 658 |

Prof. Gino Loria | Request for details of William Braikenridge | 421 | Oct 1927 | MNote 875 |

H.V.Lowry | Some theorems about the angles which any line makes with the sides of a triangle | 390 | Oct 1923 | MNote 690 |

H.V.Lowry | Mechanical integration | 106 | May 1924 | MNote 703 |

H.V.Lowry | A rule and compass method of finding the maximum and minimum values of | 110 | May 1924 | MNote 710 |

H.V.Lowry | Trilinears | 240 | Dec 1924 | Article |

H.V.Lowry | The sign of | 25 | Jan 1926 | MNote 822 |

H.V.Lowry | A curious determinant | 27 | Jan 1926 | MNote 824 |

H.V.Lowry | Some new circles connected with a triangle | 115 | May 1928 | Article |

A.W.Lucy | A method of trisecting any angle | 21 | Jan 1922 | MNote 607 |

A.W.Lucy | Connection between a cooling curve and the slide rule | 314 | May 1923 | MNote 667 |

A.W.Lucy | The equation of the tangent at a point to a curve in trilinear or areal coordinates | 349 | Mar 1925 | MNote 770 |

A.W.Lucy | The condition that an equation of the second degree in trilinear coordinates should represent two straight lines | 445 | July 1925 | MNote 795 |

A.W.Lucy | To divide an angle into any number of equal parts | 137 | May 1928 | MNote 892 |

D.B.Mair | A problem in fourfold geometry | 154 | July 1926 | Article |

D.B.Mair | A question of time | 271 | Jan 1927 | Article |

H.V.Mallison | The "doubtful case" in maxima and minima | 169 | July 1924 | MNote 723 |

H.V.Mallison | Tracing the conic | 441 | July 1925 | MNote 786 |

H.V.Mallison | Maxima and minima of | 201 | Oct 1926 | MNote 850 |

H.V.Mallison | Elements at infinity | 421 | Oct 1927 | MNote 878 |

H.V.Mallison | The rule of signs | 138 | May 1928 | MNote 893 |

H.V.Mallison | The involute of the astroid | 455 | May 1929 | Article |

H.V.Mallison | Properties of a certain triangle | 565 | Oct 1929 | MNote 946 |

G.B.Mathews | Unicursal plane curves | 193 | Jan 1921 | Article |

G.B.Mathews | The pillory, ii. p 160 | 204 | Jan 1921 | MNote 570 |

T.McHugh and Prof. E.H.Neville | The reduction of a bilinear function of distances from fixed points to a variable line | 187 | July 1928 | Article |

W.R.Meadows | A simple and elementary method of multiplication | 14 | Jan 1922 | MNote 598 |

W.R.Meadows | A method of multiplication | 138 | May 1928 | MNote 894 |

H.J.Meldrum | Statistics as applied to educational questions | 1 | Jan 1922 | Article |

G.A.Miller | An odd method for determining the year of birth | 208 | Jan 1921 | MNote 574 |

G.A.Miller | A mathematical recreation | 23 | Jan 1922 | MNote 610 |

Prof. G.A.Miller | Geometric solution of the quadratic equation | 500 | Dec 1925 | Article |

William Miller | How e is to be introduced into our teaching | 104 | May 1926 | Article |

William Miller | Exponential and logarithmic functions | 162 | July 1926 | MNote 841 |

W.Miller | Elementary methods of treatment of circular, hyperbolic and elliptic functions | 275 | Jan 1927 | Article |

W.Miller | Arithmetic revised | 490 | July 1929 | Article |

Rev. J.J.Milne | Blaise Pascal | 53 | Mar 1924 | Article |

Rev. J.J.Milne | Note on systems of conics satisfying four conditions treated by the theory of characteristics | 455 | Oct 1925 | Article |

Rev. J.J.Milne | Note on degenerate conics | 7 | Jan 1926 | Article |

Rev. J.J.Milne | Historical note on the graphic solution of quadratic equations | 318 | Mar 1927 | Article |

Rev. J.J.Milne | Note on Cartesian geometry | 413 | Apr 1929 | Article |

R.M.Milne | Note on the equation of time | 372 | Dec 1921 | MNote 593 |

William P.Milne | The training of the mathematical teacher | 83 | July 1920 | Article |

Prof. W.P.Milne | Noether's canonical curves | 23 | Jan 1928 | Article |

L.S.Milward | Change in kinetic energy when a shell explodes (into two pieces) and when two objects collide | 61 | Mar 1924 | MNote 698 |

L.S.Milward | Determination of the ratio of arc of an ellipse to major axis | 206 | Oct 1926 | MNote 855 |

L.J.Mordell | Mathematicians and their work | 321 | Oct 1921 | Article |

A.J.H.Morrell | The pure geometry of the lemniscate | 422 | Oct 1927 | MNote 880 |

John E.Morris | Note on Mr Langley's article, Gazette XII, p 468 | 25 | Jan 1926 | MNote 821 |

R.F.Muirhead | A trigonometrical lucubration | 66 | May 1920 | MNote 545 |

R.F.Muirhead | A proof of the formula for the volume of a tetrahedron in terms of the rectangular coordinates of its vertices | 324 | Oct 1921 | MNote 584 |

R.F.Muirhead | Extension of some definitions and propositions in Euclid's Book XI and remarks | 332 | July 1923 | Article |

R.F.Muirhead | Direct method for finding | 389 | Oct 1923 | MNote 688 |

R.F.Muirhead | The Stroud system | 206 | Oct 1924 | MNote 736 |

R.F.Muirhead | New proof of the arithmetic-geometric- mean inequality | 390 | May 1925 | MNote 773 |

R.F.Muirhead | Theorems on limits | 200 | Oct 1926 | MNote 849 |

R.F.Muirhead | Note on the geometry of the parabola | 359 | Mar 1929 | MNote 924 |

R.F.Muirhead | Curvature of a roulette. Elementary proof of a formula | 506 | July 1929 | MNote 945 |

J.D.M'Neile | Note on a numerical method of solving the equation | 339 | July 1923 | MNote 674 |

A.L.Nairn | Euclid (IV, 10) | 26 | Jan 1926 | MNote 823 |

Bertha Naylor | Note on Pappus' problem | 138 | May 1928 | MNote 895 |

V.Naylor | Note on the geometry of the curve | 202 | Oct 1926 | MNote 852 |

V.Naylor | Note on expression for arc of ellipse | 245 | Dec 1926 | MNote 857 |

V.Naylor | Approximate evaluation of | 81 | Mar 1928 | Article |

V.Naylor | Note on scheme for writing down binomial coefficients | 304 | Jan 1929 | MNote 916 |

V.Naylor | A simple expression for the area of a segment of a parabola | 457 | May 1929 | MNote 933 |

Prof. E.H.Neville | Convention and duplexity in elementary mathematics | 25 | Mar 1920 | Article |

E.H.Neville | "A trigonometrical lucubration" | 179 | Dec 1920 | MNote 564 |

Prof. E.H.Neville | The tracing of conics | 201 | Jan 1921 | Article |

E.H.Neville | Having superfluous information in a question | 224 | Jan 1921 | Letter |

E.H.Neville | Partial fractions associated with quadratic factors | 10 | Jan 1922 | Article |

E.H.Neville | The pillory, ii (pp.160, 204 of this volume) | 22 | Jan 1922 | MNote 608 |

E.H.Neville | The "Daily Mail" puzzle | 58 | Mar 1922 | MNote 616 |

E.H.Neville | Note on note 598 | 88 | May 1922 | MNote 630 |

E.H.Neville | "Complete angle" or "cross"? | 275 | Mar 1923 | MNote 656 |

E.H.Neville | Origin of word "vector" | 310 | May 1923 | MNote 659 |

E.H.Neville | Partial fractions associated with quadratic factors | 342 | July 1923 | MNote 675 |

E.H.Neville | Note 675. An elucidation | 384 | Oct 1923 | MNote 681 |

E.H.Neville | The diameter of a pedal circle | 22 | Jan 1924 | MNote 695 |

E.H.Neville | A misquoted title | 109 | May 1924 | MNote 707 |

E.H.Neville | Expanding an allusion | 205 | Oct 1924 | MNote 731 |

E.H.Neville | Notes on some books in the library | 248 | Dec 1924 | Article |

E.H.Neville | Commensurable approximations | 343 | Mar 1925 | MNote 761 |

E.H.Neville | Note on oblique axes | 344 | Mar 1925 | MNote 764 |

E.H.Neville | Home-made tables | 438 | July 1925 | MNote 781 |

E.H.Neville | Units | 442 | July 1925 | MNote 787 |

E.H.Neville | The foci of the general conic | 473 | Oct 1925 | MNote 798 |

E.H.Neville | A holiday problem | 22 | Jan 1926 | MNote 816 |

E.H.Neville | Caveant emptores | 162 | July 1926 | MNote 842 |

E.H.Neville | A bibliographical mare's nest | 163 | July 1926 | MNote 843 |

E.H.Neville | The equivalence of Pascal's theorem and Carnot's theorem | 199 | Oct 1926 | MNote 847 |

E.H.Neville | Miquel's theorem | 200 | Oct 1926 | MNote 848 |

E.H.Neville | On note 848 (Gazette XIII, p 200): Miquel's theorem | 252 | Dec 1926 | MNote 863 |

Prof. E.H.Neville | The cubic equation as a relation between complex variables | 329 | Mar 1927 | Article |

E.H.Neville | Distance-relations in an involution range | 392 | July 1927 | MNote 871 |

E.H.Neville | A fallacy in geometrical conics | 422 | Oct 1927 | MNote 879 |

Prof. E.H.Neville | Feuerbach's theorem as a corollary | 109 | May 1928 | Article |

Prof. E.H.Neville | Infinity in plane geometry | 352 | Mar 1929 | Article |

E.H.Neville | A fallacy in geometrical conics | 360 | Mar 1929 | MNote 925 |

M.H.A.Newman | The combinatory method in analysis situs | 222 | Dec 1926 | Article |

R.Ennis Newton | Method of treating | 475 | Oct 1925 | MNote 801 |

J.W.Nicholson | The structure of the atom | 37 | Mar 1922 | Article |

Prof. J.W.Nicholson | Sir George Greenhill | 417 | Apr 1929 | Obituary |

Prof. T.P.Nunn | The sequence of theorems in school geometry | 65 | May 1922 | Article |

T.P.Nunn | Similarity: or line upon line, principal upon principle | 18 | Jan 1924 | Article |

T.P.Nunn | On Gazette, vol XII, p 20 | 61 | Mar 1924 | MNote 699 |

Prof. T.P.Nunn | The tangent to a conic | 336 | Mar 1925 | Article |

Prof. T.P.Nunn | Asymptotes | 97 | May 1926 | Article |

T.P.Nunn | The differentiation of | 448 | May 1929 | Article |

Rev. Egbert F.Odling | The solitary seven | 338 | July 1923 | MNote 671 |

Arthur B.Oldfield | On note 611, Vol XI, p 24 | 207 | Dec 1922 | MNote 647 |

A.B.Oldfield | A point in teaching quadratics | 388 | Oct 1923 | MNote 687 |

G.Osborn | Problem and solution | 506 | Dec 1925 | MNote 809 |

G.Osborn | The series for | 33 | Jan 1926 | MNote 829 |

W.Parnell-Smith | Request for the value of an integral. | 339 | Mar 1925 | MNote 750 |

W.E.Paterson | To describe an isosceles triangle having each of the base angles double of the vertical angle | 170 | Oct 1922 | MNote 639 |

J.Peacock | Feuerbach's theorem | 458 | Dec 1927 | MNote 884 |

H.Peat | A graphical introduction to logarithms | 332 | Mar 1927 | MNote 866 |

D.Pedoe | The geometrical interpretation of Cagnoli's equation | 457 | May 1929 | MNote 934 |

E.G.Phillips | Note on a magic square | 306 | Jan 1929 | MNote 918 |

E.G.Phillips | On the teaching of analysis | 571 | Dec 1929 | Article |

T.V.Philpott | A sundial problem | 68 | May 1920 | MNote 546 |

H.T.H.Piaggio | Relativity rhymes with a mathematical commentary | 22 | Jan 1922 | MNote 609 |

Prof. H.T.H.Piaggio | Geometry and relativity | 97 | July 1922 | Article |

H.T.H.Piaggio | Mathematics for evening technical students | 161 | July 1924 | Article |

Prof. H.T.H.Piaggio | Mathematical physics in university and school | 187 | Oct 1924 | Article |

D.K.Picken | Ratio and proportion | 9 | Jan 1920 | Article |

D.K.Picken | Ratio and proportion | 60 | May 1920 | Article |

D.K.Picken | The complete angle and geometrical generality | 188 | Dec 1922 | Article |

D.K.Picken | Some general principles of analytical geometry | 330 | July 1923 | Article |

D.K.Picken | "The complete angle" (Note 656, p 275, Math.Gaz, March 1923) | 385 | Oct 1923 | MNote 684 |

D.K.Picken | On note 615 (XI, p 58): the notation of the calculus | 387 | Oct 1923 | MNote 686 |

D.K.Picken | Parallelism and similarity | 195 | Oct 1924 | Article |

D.K.Picken | The approach to the logarithmic and exponential functions | 250 | Dec 1926 | MNote 860 |

D.K.Picken | The approach to the calculus | 407 | Oct 1927 | Article |

H.E.Piggott | A geometrical construction for a cardioid | 283 | Jan 1925 | Article |

H.E.Piggott | On "The teaching of geometry in schools" in Math.Gaz.XII, May 1924, p 73 | 203 | Oct 1924 | MNote 728 |

H.E.Piggott | The geometry of the triangle | 244 | Dec 1924 | Article |

H.E.Piggott | A geometrical construction for a cardioid | 283 | Jan 1925 | Article |

H.E.Piggott | A geometrical construction for epi- and hypo-cycloids | 76 | Mar 1928 | Article |

The Pillory | 160 | Oct 1920 | ||

The Pillory | 192 | Dec 1920 | ||

The Pillory | 22 | Jan 1922 | ||

The Pillory | 31 | Jan 1922 | ||

The Pillory | 357 | Mar 1925 | ||

The Pillory | 488 | Oct 1925 | ||

M.A.Porter | Homogeneous line coordinates | 292 | Jan 1929 | Article |

H.J.Priestley | Some notes on projective geometry | 170 | July 1924 | MNote 724 |

H.J.Priestley | Notes on the potential of an ellipsoid | 215 | Oct 1924 | MNote 741 |

L.E.Prior | An application of the multiplication of determinants to the geometry of surfaces | 458 | May 1929 | MNote 935 |

Solutions to note 644, Math.Gaz. XI, p 173 | 321 | May 1923 | Problems | |

Problems | 323 | May 1923 | Problems | |

Solutions | 427 | Dec 1923 | Problems | |

Miss Margaret Punnett | Two examples of experimental research in connexion with the teaching of arithmetic | 101 | July 1922 | Article |

S.Purushtham | Note on sign of a partial product in expansion of a determinant | 506 | Dec 1925 | MNote 810 |

S.Purushtham | Note on note 698, Gazette XII, p 61 | 124 | May 1926 | MNote 834 |

F.P.Ramsey | Mathematical logic | 185 | Oct 1926 | Article |

A.Narasinga Rao | A formula for the product of the normals from a point to an algebraic curve | 139 | May 1928 | MNote 896 |

A.Narasinga Rao | Note on a certain locus connected with a conic | 303 | Jan 1929 | MNote 914 |

A.Narasinga Rao | The treatment of the conic by point and line coordinates | 502 | July 1929 | MNote 943 |

C.V.H.Rao | Imaginaries in geometry, and their interpretation in terms of real elements | 129 | Oct 1920 | Article |

Miss E.M.Read | Mathematics in the lycées | 248 | Mar 1921 | Article |

The teaching of geometry in schools | 73 | May 1924 | Report | |

C.V.Durell | The teaching of geometry in schools | 274 | Jan 1925 | Report |

Memo from the Girls' Schools' Committee: Mathematics for girls | 13 | Jan 1926 | Report | |

Questionnaire on the teaching of mathematics in evening continuation schools | 119 | May 1926 | Report | |

Some incidental writings by de Morgan (Cont from Vol. IX, p 178) | 69 | May 1920 | Research | |

146 | Oct 1920 | Research | ||

157 | Oct 1922 | Research | ||

200 | Dec 1922 | Research | ||

Lewis F.Richardson | How to solve differential equations approximately by arithmetic | 415 | July 1925 | Article |

H.W.Richmond | An old result in novel form | 328 | Oct 1921 | MNote 587 |

H.W.Richmond | Note on 617: Vector proof that the mid-points P, Q, R of the diagonals AC, BD, EF of a complete quadrilateral are collinear | 88 | May 1922 | MNote 628 |

H.W.Richmond | The polar circle of a triangle is orthogonal to the director circle of an inscribed conic (Gaz. vol XII, note 695, p 22) | 111 | May 1924 | MNote 711 |

W.J.Rickets | Summation of harmonic progressions | 135 | Oct 1920 | MNote 549 |

Alfred A.Robb | Partial failure of Euclid (I .4) in time-space theory | 473 | July 1929 | Article |

R.T.Robinson | Some theorems in geometry and some suggestions | 277 | Jan 1925 | Article |

R.T.Robinson | Some theorems in geometry and some suggestions (contd.) | 377 | May 1925 | Article |

R.T.Robinson | Some properties of the configuration consisting of a point P on the circum-circle of triangle ABC | 140 | May 1928 | MNote 897 |

R.T.Robinson | The tetrahedron and a twelve-points sphere | 296 | Jan 1929 | Article |

A.Robson | Morley's theorem | 310 | May 1923 | MNote 660 |

A.Robson | A general theorem about areas of pedals | 389 | Oct 1923 | MNote 689 |

A.Robson | "Mathematics enough for your business" | 204 | Oct 1924 | MNote 729 |

A.Robson | Note on the teaching of analytical geometries | 197 | Oct 1926 | Article |

A.Robson | The circle of curvature of a conic | 393 | July 1927 | MNote 873 |

A.Robson | On note 914 | 319 | Mar 1929 | MNote 921 |

A.Robson | Note on §14, p 295, Gazette, Jan 1929 | 319 | Mar 1929 | MNote 922 |

A.Robson | On the introduction of envelope coordinates and equations into elementary analytical geometry | 361 | Mar 1929 | MNote 926 |

L.J.Rogers | The envelope of the Simson line | 142 | May 1928 | MNote 898 |

L.J.Rogers | A trigonometric solution of Malfatti's problem of describing three circles mutually in contact, each of which touches two sides of a triangle | 143 | May 1928 | MNote 899 |

W.N.Roseveare | Note on p 14 of Dedekind's Essays on the Theory of Numbers, translated by Prof. Beman | 107 | May 1924 | MNote 705 |

L.Roth | Quadrically associated points | 461 | May 1929 | MNote 936 |

F.W.Russell | The volume of a frustum of a sphere | 139 | Oct 1920 | MNote 551 |

F.Sandon | The census and the teaching of mathematics | 307 | July 1921 | MNote 583 |

F.Sandon | The relative abilities in mathematics of boys and girls | 115 | May 1926 | Article |

W.F.Sheppard | Probability and statistics | 405 | Dec 1923 | Article |

W.F.Sheppard | Tchebycheff's theorem | 23 | Jan 1926 | MNote 818 |

W.F.Sheppard | Variety of method in the teaching of arithmetic | 477 | July 1929 | Article |

A.N.Shimmin | Mathematics and commerce | 115 | July 1920 | Article |

S.A.Shorter | The mathematical theory of the sateen arrangement | 92 | July 1920 | Article |

S.T.Shovelton | A proof of I.47 | 269 | Dec 1928 | MNote 910 |

S.T.Shovelton and A.M.Perry | A short proof of three propositions | 305 | Jan 1929 | MNote 917 |

A.W.Siddons | Charles Godfrey | 137 | July 1924 | Obituary |

A.W.Siddons | The best method of examining school mathematics | 65 | Mar 1928 | Article |

G.A.Simivasan | The generalisation of the Steiner envelope | 462 | May 1929 | MNote 938 |

E.H.Smart | Intersections of curves in polars | 68 | May 1920 | MNote 547 |

E.H.Smart | C.G. of a quadrilateral lamina | 144 | Oct 1920 | MNote 556 |

E.H.Smart | C.Smith, "Conics (Coord. geom)," chap xiii, no.16 | 90 | May 1922 | MNote 633 |

E.H.Smart | Distance-relations in an involution range | 333 | Mar 1927 | MNote 867 |

E.H.Smart | The nature of an algebraic curve at infinity and the conic of closest contact at infinity | 357 | May 1927 | Article |

E.H.Smart | A triangle is inscribed in a fixed conic and its centroid lies on a fixed concentric homothetic conic. Prove that its nine-points circle is orthogonal to a fixed circle | 424 | Oct 1927 | MNote 881 |

E.H.Smart | Orthogonal projection of a plane area | 233 | Oct 1928 | MNote 907 |

E.H.Smart | A problem in geometrical construction | 462 | May 1929 | MNote 940 |

C.J.Smith | Construction for an ellipse given a tangent and the length | 204 | Jan 1921 | MNote 569 |

Prof. D.M.Y.Sommerville | An analytical remainder formula | 114 | July 1922 | Article |

D.M.Y.Sommerville | On note 613, XI, p 57 | 312 | May 1923 | MNote 663 |

D.M.Y.Sommerville | Note on Gleanings, 88, X, p 368 | 312 | May 1923 | MNote 664 |

D.M.Y.Sommerville | On note 617, XI, p 59 | 312 | May 1923 | MNote 665 |

Prof. D.M.Y.Sommerville | Note on de Ville's approximate construction of a regular n-gon | 96 | May 1924 | Article |

D.M.Y.Sommerville | On note 718, Math. Gaz. XII, 164, The teaching of parallels | 202 | Oct 1924 | MNote 727 |

D.M.Y.Sommerville | A curious method of computation | 205 | Oct 1924 | MNote 732 |

D.M.Y.Sommerville | Acknowledgement of priority | 476 | Oct 1925 | MNote 802 |

D.M.Y.Sommerville | A curiosity in elementary mechanics | 502 | Dec 1925 | MNote 805 |

D.M.Y.Sommerville | Some approximate circle squarings | 250 | Dec 1926 | MNote 861 |

Prof. D.M.Y.Sommerville | Homogeneity applied to angles | 281 | Jan 1927 | Article |

G.A.Srinivasan | A generalisation of a theorem in geometry | 20 | Jan 1922 | MNote 605 |

C.N.Srinivasiengar | The method of parameters in solving certain types of partial differential equations of the first order | 423 | Apr 1929 | MNote 932 |

Miss O.M.Stanton | "Intelligence" and school examinations | 240 | Dec 1926 | Article |

Prof. J.E.A.Steggall | The neglect of arithmetic in schools | 318 | Mar 1925 | Article |

Prof. J.E.A.Steggall | Voting in theory and practice | 496 | July 1929 | Article |

C.A.Stewart | The lighter side of mathematics | 195 | Jan 1921 | Article |

Jas. W.Stewart | An "invariant" | 144 | May 1928 | MNote 900 |

J.Strachan | A "dissection proof" of the extension of Pythagoras' theorem | 107 | May 1924 | MNote 704 |

Guy T.P.Tatham | A spherical shell of gravitating matter acts at an external point as if its mass were concentrated at the centre | 375 | Dec 1921 | MNote 594 |

W.W.Taylor | Some isochordic circles related to the triangle | 194 | Dec 1922 | Article |

H.Todd | Iterative processes | 116 | July 1922 | Article |

J.Travers | To bisect a triangle by a straight line passing through a given point outside the triangle | 342 | Mar 1925 | MNote 759 |

C.O.Tuckey | The notation of the calculus | 58 | Mar 1922 | MNote 615 |

C.O.Tuckey | The ambiguous case | 89 | May 1922 | MNote 632 |

C.O.Tuckey | Reduction to absurdity | 171 | Oct 1922 | MNote 641 |

C.O.Tuckey | The use of geometry in elementary algebra | 208 | Dec 1922 | MNote 648 |

C.O.Tuckey | Questions about a trapezium | 109 | May 1924 | MNote 706 |

C.O.Tuckey | A rain problem | 210 | Oct 1924 | MNote 738 |

C.O.Tuckey | A question with a double meaning | 435 | July 1925 | MNote 777 |

C.O.Tuckey | Direction and parallels | 164 | July 1926 | MNote 844 |

C.O.Tuckey | A note on the geometry of the triangle | 455 | Dec 1927 | MNote 882 |

C.O.Tuckey | The construction for mean proportional | 542 | Oct 1929 | Article |

C.O.Tuckey | Noughts and crosses | 577 | Dec 1929 | MNote 949 |

C.Turnbull and G.H.Bryan | The symbol for zero | 334 | July 1923 | Article |

Prof. H.W.Turnbull | Recent developments in invariant theory | 217 | Dec 1926 | Article |

Prof. H.W.Turnbull | Non-commutative algebra | 12 | Jan 1928 | Article |

Prof. H.H.Turner | Rev. H.C.Watson | 433 | July 1925 | Obituary |

Charles Tweedie | Life of James Stirling, the Venetian | 119 | July 1920 | Article |

C.Tweedie | Lagrange's tribute to Maclaurin | 209 | Jan 1921 | MNote 576 |

C.Tweedie | Scottish historical note - Maclaurin, Stirling and Campbell | 442 | July 1925 | MNote 788 |

C.Tweedie | A theorem concerning positive integers that are prime to each other | 16 | Jan 1926 | Article |

H.R.Vernon | A school course in surveying | 353 | Dec 1921 | Article |

E.L.Watkin | A trigonometric inequality | 179 | Dec 1920 | MNote 565 |

Prof. E.L.Watkin | On some properties of the epipedon | 418 | Dec 1923 | Article |

C.E.Weatherburn | Vector analysis in a university course | 170 | Dec 1920 | Article |

Prof. C.E.Weatherburn | Some new theorems in geometry of a surface | 1 | Jan 1926 | Article |

C.E.Weatherburn | On the divergence and circulation theorems for a surface | 461 | May 1929 | MNote 937 |

G.J.B.Westcott | The Durham summer course in mathematics for teachers in secondary schools | 161 | Dec 1920 | Article |

F.J.W.Whipple | Squaring the circle | 311 | May 1923 | MNote 661 |

F.J.W.Whipple | Note on the Fourier series for a linear function | 314 | May 1923 | MNote 668 |

F.J.W.Whipple | Forces in equilibrium along the sides of a quadrilateral | 439 | July 1925 | MNote 783 |

F.J.W.Whipple | Note on note 810, Gazette XII, p 506. The sign of a term in the expansion of a determinant | 126 | May 1926 | MNote 837 |

F.Puryer White | A chinese money changer | 307 | Jan 1929 | MNote 920 |

K.Whitehead | The teaching of parabolic graphs | 84 | May 1922 | MNote 620 |

T.T.Whitehead | Eclipse calculations | 342 | May 1927 | Article |

E.T.Whittaker | W.W.Rouse Ball | 449 | Oct 1925 | Obituary |

E.T.Whittaker | What is energy? | 401 | Apr 1929 | Article |

J.H.Whitwam | The teaching of mathematics to textile students | 98 | July 1920 | Article |

C.E.Williams | Robert Frederick Davis | 405 | Oct 1927 | Obituary |

R.S.Williamson | Selection in arithmetical examples | 302 | July 1921 | Article |

R.S.Williamson | A simple piece of apparatus | 442 | July 1925 | MNote 790 |

R.S.Williamson | Modern examination tendency | 236 | Dec 1926 | Article |

R.S.Williamson | Grammar school arithmetic a century ago | 128 | May 1928 | Article |

R.S.Williamson | Concerning "Subtend" | 145 | May 1928 | MNote 902 |

Canon James M.Wilson | The early history of the association | 239 | Mar 1921 | Article |

H.J.Woodall | A method of solving | 307 | Jan 1929 | MNote 919 |

D.Wootton | An attempt to make mathematics interesting | 345 | July 1923 | MNote 678 |

G.Wotherspoon | The radii of the Cosine and Lemoine Circles | 362 | Mar 1929 | MNote 927 |

Miss F.A.Yeldham | The Dalton Plan and the teaching of mathematics | 45 | Mar 1922 | Article |

F.A.Yeldham | An attempt to make mathematics interesting | 384 | Oct 1923 | MNote 683 |

C.E.Youngman | Two close approximations | 147 | May 1928 | MNote 903 |