Author(s) | Title | Page | Issue | Category |

1. Early Days | 123 | March 1971 | Special | |

2. Highlights | 143 | March 1971 | Special | |

3. Helping the teacher | 200 | March 1971 | Special | |

4. Miscellany | 215 | March 1971 | Special | |

5. Reviews | 234 | March 1971 | Special | |

6. Return to 1971 | 243 | March 1971 | Special | |

The Centenary Conference. | 271 | June 1971 | Article | |

Statistical tables: an offer | 39 | February 1972 | Note(M) 3321 | |

Triangular square numbers: a postscript | 311 | December 1972 | Article | |

The unnaccepatble face of modern mathematics | 61 | June 1975 | Editorial | |

S. Kamal Abdali | Verification of Associativity of a Binary Operation. | 372 | December 1970 | Article |

Eric I. Aiton | How Kepler discovered the elliptical orbit | 250 | December 1975 | Article |

G. L. Alexanderson & Kenneth Seydel | Kürschak's tile | 192 | October 1978 | Article |

D. V. Anderson | A polynomial for | 67 | February 1971 | Note(M) 3296 |

Johnston Anderson | A-level grades - a matter of degree? | 7 | March 1979 | Article |

Norman Anderson | Integration of inverse functions | 52 | February 1970 | Note(C) 205 |

A. L. Andrew | The mathematics of population growth | 272 | December 1974 | Article |

I. O. Angell | Stone circles: Megalithic Mathematics or Neolithic Nonsense? | 189 | October 1976 | Article |

J. A. Archer-Hall | A class of second order non-linear differential equations with analytical solution | 60 | February 1970 | Note(M) 3251 |

Deane Arganbright | The wreath product of cyclic groups | 293 | December 1974 | Note(M) 3361 |

D. H. Armitage | A derivation of the real exponential series | 123 | June 1979 | Note 63.18 |

J. V. Armitage | The place of geometry in a mathematical education | 267 | December 1973 | Article |

D. C. Armstrong | An Extension of the Remainder Theorem | 419 | December 1971 | Note(C) 254 |

F. M. Arscott | Be careful when you dodge round Newton | 169 | October 1979 | Article |

J. Astin | That triple product. | 149 | May 1970 | Note(M) 3259 |

S. T. Aston | Summation of Finite Series | 290 | October 1970 | Note(C) 228 |

R. T. Atherton | The Mann-Whitney U test | 127 | May 1972 | Note(M) 3325 |

Ann M. Atkin | Somewhere (poem) | 73 | June 1974 | Article |

A. K. Austin | The 14-15 puzzle | 45 | March 1979 | Note 63.05 |

A. K. Austin | On Square roots | 326 | June 1971 | Note(M) 3302 |

A. K. Austin | Using Modern Mathematics | 379 | December 1970 | Note(C) 233 |

E. C. Axford | Daniel Gumb. | 335 | December 1970 | Article |

Frank Ayres | Another solution of a factorial problem | 136 | June 1977 | Note 61.10 |

J. K. Backhouse | A Simple Introduction to Tests of Significance | 1 | February 1971 | Article |

Robert A. Bagnato | Geometric programming | 27 | March 1975 | Article |

D. E. BaiIey | The effect on the solution of a problem of perturbations to the data | 26 | March 1973 | Article |

B. J. R. Bailey | Estimation from first principles | 169 | October 1973 | Article |

C. A. R. Bailey | An odd property of Pythagorean triplets | 295 | December 1974 | Note(M) 3362 |

D. E. Bailey | A shuffling problem | 198 | October 1979 | Note 63.24 |

D. E. Bailey | The effect on the solution of a problem of errors in the calculation | 157 | October 1978 | Article |

D. E. Bailey | Monge's shuffling problem | 267 | December 1979 | Note 63.33 |

M. J. C. Baker | A new type of magic square | 133 | June 1973 | Note(M) 3345 |

A. A. Ball | Identifying points of inflection | 225 | December 1979 | Article |

Derek Ball | Using graphs to count logic block chains | 288 | December 1977 | Note 61.20 |

Derek Ball | Some probabilities in the simple race game | 125 | June 1976 | Note 60.06 |

Derek G. Ball | The constructibility of regular and equilateral polygons on a square pinboard | 119 | June 1973 | Article |

Derek G. Ball | A generalisation of | 298 | December 1973 | Article |

Derek G. Ball | Cutting squares from rectangles | 74 | June 1974 | Article |

Derek G. Ball | Squares on a Square Pinboard, Triangles on a Triangular Pinboard and Hexagons on a Hexagonal Pinboard | 373 | December 1971 | Article |

Bertram Banks | The 'Disaster Kit' | 17 | February 1971 | Article |

G. A. Barnard | The two aspects of statistical estimation | 116 | June 1974 | Article |

Alan Barton | It doesn't work | 245 | December 1978 | Article |

Alan Barton | Has anybody seen a unit vector? | 51 | March 1979 | Note 63.09 |

D. A. Barwick | sequences | 293 | December 1976 | Note 60.31 |

Colin G. Bass | A pre-calculus reminder about dividing by zero | 121 | June 1978 | Note 62.11 |

John D. Baum | An arithmetic method in symbolic logic | 91 | May 1972 | Article |

John Bausor | Symbols, and how scientists use them | 70 | June 1975 | Article |

D. J. & E. R. Baylis | More on uniqueness of inverses | 208 | October 1973 | Note(M) 3348 |

D. J. & E. R. Baylis | A property of groups-via an impossible structure | 45 | March 1975 | Note 59.02 |

D. J. Baylis | Cardinality via continued fractions | 191 | October 1975 | Note 59.13 |

E. R. Baylis | Knots - a practical application of group theory | 311 | December 1973 | Article |

John Baylis | The mathematics of a driving hazard | 23 | March 1973 | Article |

A. F. Beardon | Finite groups, wallpaper patterns and non-euclidean geometries | 267 | December 1978 | Article |

A.F. Beardon | The Differentiation of a Composite Function | 395 | December 1971 | Article |

R. G. Beerensson | On the Equations | 138 | May 1970 | Article |

Richard Beetham | Two more problems (for private effort) | 51 | February 1971 | Note(C) 238 |

Michael Behrend | Duplicating the cube | 125 | May 1972 | Note(M) 3323 |

David E. Bell | Walk or run in the rain? | 206 | October 1976 | Note 60.21 |

B. T. Bellis | Whatever next (Presidential Address, 1972) | 179 | October 1972 | Article |

David M. Berman | An inductive proof that no permutation is both even and odd | 211 | October 1978 | Note 62.24 |

George Berzsenyi | New groups from old | 218 | October 1974 | Note(M) 3356 |

I. G. Betteley | Ambiguity in probability problems | 16 | March 1979 | Article |

Norman Biggs | Three notable points in a triangle | 63 | February 1970 | Note(M) 3253 |

A. J. Bishop & D. I. Mclntyre | A Comparison of Teachers' and Employers' opinions regarding the content of secondary school mathematics. | 229 | October 1970 | Article |

C. A. Bishop | Using vector products in two dimensions | 296 | December 1978 | Note 62.31 |

M. T. L. Bizley | Another approach to the impossible scores problem | 139 | June 1976 | Note 60.l6 |

M. T. L. Bizley | A Christmas party piece | 264 | December 1975 | Note 59.16 |

M. P. Black & A. G. Howson | 'A source of much rational entertainment' | 90 | June 1979 | Article |

W. T. Blackburn | Isomorphic factor groups from non-isomorphic subgroups | 219 | October 1974 | Note(M) 3357 |

R. P. Boas | Means derived from convergent series | 301 | December 1978 | Note 62.34 |

C. J. Bouwkamp, P. Janssen & A. Koene | Note on Pantaetic Squares | 348 | December 1970 | Article |

Lynette J. Bowles | Logic Diagrams for up to Classes | 370 | December 1971 | Article |

R. S. W. Boyes | A riddle in roots | 202 | October 1973 | Note(C) 290 |

Jacob A. Brandler | An application of unique factorisation domains to an irrationality problem | 215 | October 1976 | Note 60.26 |

J. R. Branfield | Geoboard Geometry | 359 | December 1970 | Article |

M. Bridger | Simpson and the circle | 216 | October 1977 | Note 61.15 |

David J. Briggs | Simpson and another circle | 123 | June 1978 | Note 62.13 |

T. H. F. Brissenden | Some derivations from the marriage bureau problem | 250 | December 1974 | Article |

T. A. A. Broadbent | The other Newman | 329 | December 1970 | Article |

R. H. Bromley | Functions and Variables and their Differentiation | 408 | December 1971 | Article |

W. A. Broomhead | Two unsolved problems | 438 | December 1971 | Note(M) 3315 |

W. A. Broomhead | Pascal Patterns | 317 | June 1971 | Note(C) 248 |

W. Antony Broomhead | Pascal (mod ) | 267 | December 1972 | Article |

W. Antony Broomhead | Squares in a square lattice | 129 | May 1972 | Note(M) 3328 |

W. B. Broomhead | Pour encourager les autres | 287 | October 1970 | Note(C) 224 |

Margaret Brown | Some thoughts on the use of computer symbols in mathematics | 78 | June 1974 | Article |

James Brunton | The envelope of an ellipse | 118 | June 1976 | Article |

Victor Bryant | Orders, graphs and sequences | 284 | December 1978 | Article |

Victor Bryant | Reducing Classical Axioms | 38 | February 1971 | Article |

A. Buckley | On Note 3272 | 430 | December 1971 | Note(M) 3309 |

F. J. Budden | Symmetry operations on molecule models | 218 | October 1976 | Note 60.28 |

F. J. Budden | A Non-commutative, Associative Operation on the Reals | 368 | December 1970 | Article |

F. J. Budden | On Functions which form a group | 9 | February 1970 | Article |

F. J. Budden | Functions which permute the roots of an equation | 24 | March 1976 | Article |

Frank Budden | Cassette tapes | 113 | June 1979 | Note 63.14 |

Frank Budden | Speedway tournaments in the classroom | 266 | December 1977 | Article |

K. E. Bullen | The Earth and Mathematics | 352 | December 1970 | Article |

B. D. Bunday | The Growth of Elephant Herds | 38 | February 1970 | Article |

B. D. Bunday | Pythagoras in three dimensions | 292 | December 1977 | Note 61.22 |

B. D. Bunday | Some thoughts on a coin-tossing problem | 108 | June 1976 | Article |

R. P. Burn | The seven point plane | 20 | February 1972 | Article |

R. P. Burn | Groups of linear transformations | 273 | December 1977 | Article |

R. P. Burn | Do you get the message ? | 22 | March 1975 | Article |

R. P. Burn | Left-right systems | 276 | December 1975 | Note 59.24 |

R. P. Burn | Cayley tables and associativity | 278 | December 1978 | Article |

R. P. Burn | Geometrical illustrations of group-theoretical concepts | 110 | June 1973 | Article |

Keith Burns | On Note 194 | 51 | February 1971 | Note(C) 237 |

I. W. Busbridge, D. P. Ambrose & D.A. Quadling | Charles Alfred Coulson | 205 | October 1974 | Obituary |

John Cable | Who's afraid of the measuring numbers ? | 81 | June 1976 | Article |

J. H. Cadwell | A Three-way Dissection Based on Ramanujan's Number | 385 | December 1970 | Note(M) 3278 |

J. B. Cameron | Foucault's Pendulum | 153 | May 1970 | Note(M) 3263 |

John Cameron | Establishing a Pecking Order | 391 | December 1971 | Article |

J. W. S. Cassels | Is this a Recorde ? | 59 | March 1976 | Article |

Peter Catranides | Constructing a limaçon locus from the cardioid envelope | 58 | March 1977 | Note 61.01 |

C. P. Chalmers | More triangles | 52 | March 1974 | Note(M)3353 |

L. R. Chapman & P. Butler | July Thoughts | 22 | February 1971 | Article |

C. W. Chen | A trigonometrical identity in euclidean space | 292 | December 1974 | Note(M) 3360 |

F. Chorlton | Extension of the Theorem of Menelaus | 394 | December 1970 | Note(M) 3284 |

F. Chorlton | Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for a Family of Surfaces to be a Family of Equipotentials | 393 | December 1970 | Note(M) 3283 |

F. Chorlton | Extensions of geometrical results | 427 | December 1971 | Note(M) 3305 |

F. Chorlton | The ladder problem | 297 | December 1976 | Note 60.37 |

F. Chorlton | A new approach to some trigonometric identities | 65 | March 1976 | Note 60.04 |

F. Chorlton | Dicing with finite differences | 300 | December 1978 | Note 62.33 |

F. Chorlton | Evaluation of an integral | 200 | October 1979 | Note 63.25 |

M. R. Chowdhury | The harmonic series again | 186 | October 1975 | Note 59.10 |

R. F. Churchhouse | Perfect numerical integration by Simpson's rule | 159 | October 1975 | Article |

C. R. J. Clapham | The th root of | 327 | June 1971 | Note(M) 3303 |

L. E. Clarke | On note 3244 | 70 | February 1971 | Note(M) 3298 |

L. E. Clarke | How Long is a Piece of String? | 404 | December 1971 | Article |

L. E. Clarke | Down with the Mean | 286 | June 1971 | Article |

B. A. Clough | The equation | 420 | December 1971 | Note(C) 255 |

R. H. Cobb | Problems: comments, corrections and further solutions | 284 | December 1976 | Article |

R. H. Cobb | Problems, solved and unsolved | 1 | March 1976 | Article |

Paul H. Cody | The asymptotes of a hyperbola | 428 | December 1971 | Note(M) 3306 |

Raphael T. Coffman & C. Stanley Ogilvy | A circle approximated by parabolic arcs | 269 | December 1975 | Note 59.19 |

A. M. Cohen | The inverse of a Pascal matrix | 111 | June 1975 | Note 59.05 |

A. M. Cohen | Pascal matrices: a postscript | 296 | December 1976 | Note 60.36 |

G. L. Cohen | Is every absolutely convergent series convergent ? | 204 | October 1977 | Article |

S. N. ColIings | Reflections on reflections-2 | 264 | December 1974 | Article |

S. N. Collings | Reflections on a triangle - 1 | 291 | December 1973 | Article |

S. N. Collings | Squares | 418 | December 1971 | Note(C) 252 |

S. N. Collings | The Open University | 283 | June 1971 | Article |

S. N. Collings | Further properties of central conics | 129 | June 1973 | Note(C) 282 |

S. N. Collings | Orthogonal matrices in non-metrical geometry | 151 | May 1970 | Note(M) 3260 |

S. N. Collings | Cyclic polygons and their centres | 153 | May 1970 | Note(M) 3262 |

S. N. Collings | When are triangles congruent? | 152 | May 1970 | Note(M) 3261 |

S. N. Collings | Magic cubes and hypercubes | 25 | March 1974 | Article |

S. N. Collings | Further logic diagrams in various dimensions | 309 | December 1972 | Article |

S. N. Collings | A property of the ellipse proved by rotation | 204 | October 1978 | Note 62.21 |

Stanley Collings | Concurrent circles of equal radii | 66 | March 1973 | Note(M) 3343 |

C. D. Collinson | The mathematical simplicity of the inverse square force | 139 | June 1977 | Note 61.12 |

J. G. Colman | The Differentiation of a Function of a Function | 389 | December 1970 | Note(M) 3280 |

J. T. Combridge | Warin Foster Bushell | 109 | June 1975 | Obituary |

M. L. Comelius | How to deal with modem mathematicians | 285 | December 1974 | Article |

Freda Conway | The rank size rule in perspective | 30 | March 1979 | Article |

J. H. Conway & H. S. M. Coxeter | Triangulated polygons and frieze patterns (solutions) | 175 | October 1973 | Article |

J. H. Conway & H. S. M. Coxeter | Triangulated polygons and frieze patterns | 87 | June 1973 | Article |

Ian Cook | Unbiased dartboards and biased calculators | 187 | October 1977 | Article |

D. Cooke | A 2 by 2 matrix model of population growth | 120 | June 1977 | Article |

M. I. Cooper | Obtaining random samples | 57 | February 1971 | Note(C) 244 |

H. R. Corbishley | Improving direct iteration | 110 | May 1972 | Article |

M. L. Cornelius | The transition from school to university mathematics | 207 | October 1972 | Article |

M. L. Cornelius & H. Neill (ed.) | Mathematics at the University ( Universities and Schools Committee) | 221 | December 1975 | Article |

R. J. Cornish | A geometrical problem from engineering | 225 | October 1972 | Note(M) 3332 |

W. J. Courcouf | Hire purchase : the effective annual rate | 213 | October 1978 | Note 62.26 |

W. J. Courcouf | Back to areals | 46 | March 1973 | Article |

H. S. M. Coxeter | An Ancient Tragedy | 312 | June 1971 | Article |

Tony Crilly | A circular vector space | 115 | June 1976 | Article |

H. T. Croft & T. W. Körner | Constructions with a rigid compass | 85 | June 1978 | Article |

I. J. Croxton | Instant Orthogonal Matrices | 289 | October 1970 | Note(C) 226 |

Peter Csontos, Christopher Morgan & Kenneth Rebman | Pseudo-ordered fields | 195 | October 1974 | Article |

D. Culpin & D. Griffiths | Egyptian fractions | 49 | March 1979 | Note 63.08 |

H. Martyn Cundy | p3m1 or p31m? | 192 | October 1979 | Note 63.20 |

H. Martyn Cundy | The angle at the centre | 333 | December 1973 | Note(C) 294 |

H. Martyn Cundy | The seven-circles theorem | 200 | October 1978 | Note 62.20 |

H. Martyn Cundy | Reflections on reflections-3 | 265 | December 1974 | Article |

H. Martyn Cundy | A Souvenir from Paris | 310 | June 1971 | Article |

H. Martyn Cundy | Getting it Taped I | 43 | February 1971 | Article |

H. Martyn Cundy | Antiprism frameworks | 182 | October 1977 | Article |

H. Martyn Cundy & M. J. Wenninger | A compound of five dodecahedra | 216 | October 1976 | Note 60.27 |

Neil Curwen | Approximate integration | 121 | June 1978 | Note 62.12 |

J. E. D'Aeth | Probability of Acute-Angled Triangles | 423 | December 1971 | Note(C) 256 |

R A. d'Inverno & R. R. McLone | A modelling approach to traditional applied mathematics | 92 | June 1977 | Article |

C. T. Daltry | Difficulties--a voice from the past ( Presidential Address 1973) | 153 | October 1973 | Article |

M. D. Dampier | An algebraic theorem related to the theory of relativity | 292 | December 1972 | Article |

M. D. Dampier | The laws of mechanics | 19 | March 1979 | Article |

N. A. Darlison | Dissection of a cube | 141 | May 1970 | Note(C) 210 |

A. L. Davies | Rotating the Fifteen Puzzle | 237 | October 1970 | Article |

M. J. Davies | Where are all the Numbers? | 379 | December 1971 | Article |

P. Davies & A. S. C. Ross | Repeated zero at roulette | 54 | March 1979 | Note 63.11 |

K. A. Deadman | Convergence of geometric series | 140 | May 1970 | Note(C) 209 |

P. G. Dean | Numerical methods and the computer | 15 | February 1972 | Article |

Peter G. Dean & Nigel Scott | Silver foil wrapping on bars of chocolate | 163 | October 1979 | Article |

John Denniss | Modular groups revisited | 121 | June 1979 | Note 63.17 |

B. M. Dent | 3-D graphs | 316 | June 1971 | Note(C) 247 |

B. M. Dent | What are homogeneous coordinates? | 43 | March 1979 | Note 63.04 |

L. R. Divekar | The arc-divider | 294 | December 1978 | Note 62.30 |

B. I. F. Dorrington | Norman de Quetteville Dodds | 207 | October 1974 | Obituary |

J. E. Drummond | Differential Equations: Is Infinity a Dirty Word? | 385 | December 1971 | Article |

Patrick du Val & Giacomo Saban | Archimedes in dimensions | 202 | October 1974 | Article |

J. A. Dunn | Tessellations with Pentagons | 366 | December 1971 | Article |

J. A. Dunn & J. E. Pretty | Halving a triangle | 105 | May 1972 | Article |

T. Easingwood | Approximation to the normal distribution function | 40 | March 1979 | Note 63.02 |

D. P. Ediriweera | Moments of inertia of prisms | 47 | March 1978 | Note 62.04 |

M. H. Eggar | Applications of Fibonacci numbers | 36 | March 1979 | Article |

G. Eglinton & G. A. R. Taylor | An approximation to the compound interest formula | 273 | December 1975 | Note 59.22 |

L. E. Ellis | Modelling in the home | 8 | March 1978 | Article |

L. E. Ellis | A note on the application of the Chi-squared Test | 397 | December 1970 | Note(M) 3286 |

L. E. Ellis | More properties of Pythagorean triplets | 186 | October 1975 | Note 59.11 |

L. E. Ellis | Hero and Theon connected by matrices | 135 | June 1974 | Article |

D. B. Eperson | Cubics with real roots | 232 | October 1972 | Note(M) 3336 |

D. B. Eperson | The doodles theorem: a sequel to Note 180 | 275 | October 1970 | Note(C) 215 |

D. B. Eperson | Make your own magic squares | 431 | December 1971 | Note(M) 3310 |

D. B. Eperson | Triangular stitching | 50 | February 1970 | Note(C) 203 |

D. B. Eperson | Triangular (old) pennies | 48 | February 1970 | Note(C) 202 |

W. J. R. Eplett | Counting the circuits in a graph | 126 | June 1977 | Article |

Joseph Ercolano | A diagram for a square root algorithm | 189 | October 1975 | Note 59.12 |

T. Estermann | The irrationality of | 110 | June 1975 | Note 59.03 |

N. R. Eyers | Meccano in the classroom | 282 | October 1970 | Note(C) 220 |

James D. Fabrey | The power formula for integrals | 134 | June 1976 | Note 60.11 |

E. Farrar | Angles of a polyhedron | 437 | December 1971 | Note(M) 3314 |

H. A. Fay | Impossible scores | 154 | October 1975 | Article |

G. T. Fielding | A further note on elephant herds | 297 | October 1970 | Note(M) 3271 |

David S. Fielker | A 3 by 3 matrix model of population growth | 49 | March 1978 | Note 62.05 |

H. M. Finucan | The vector triple product | 212 | October 1978 | Note 62.25 |

H. M. Finucan | Double your money | 138 | June 1976 | Note 60.15 |

H. M. Finucan | Postscript to the three squares | 185 | October 1975 | Note 59.09 |

H. M. Finucan | An elementary proof of the Simpson error | 63 | March 1976 | Note 60.02 |

H. M. Finucan | Methods of attack on Problems about Permutations | 381 | December 1970 | Note(C) 235 |

H. M. Finucan | A rule of thumb for Markov chains | 203 | October 1973 | Note(C) 292 |

C. F. Fisher | Not all complex numbers are real, after all | 315 | December 1972 | Note(C) 276 |

C. F. Fisher | All complex numbers are real | 218 | October 1972 | Note(C) 267 |

P. Fitzpatrick | The impossible scores problem by modular arithmetic | 219 | October 1976 | Note 60.29 |

Harley Flanders | Concurrent circles of equal radii | 126 | May 1972 | Note(M) 3324 |

A. A. Fletcher | Reading Pascal's triangle vertically | 183 | October 1975 | Note 59.08 |

A. A. Fletcher | Odds on the champion | 124 | June 1976 | Note 60.05 |

C. R. Fletcher | The theorem of Pythagoras | 62 | February 1970 | Note(M) 3252 |

C. R. Fletcher | Probability of Acute-Angled Triangles | 421 | December 1971 | Note(C) 256 |

Captain N. E. R. Fletcher, R.N. | The area of the curved surface of a hemisphere in ancient Egypt | 227 | October 1970 | Article |

Colin R. Fletcher & M. Lidster | Constructing a ring without unique factorisation | 104 | June 1978 | Article |

T. J. Fletcher | Doing without Calculus | 4 | February 1971 | Article |

T. J. Fletcher | Georg Wolff (1886-1977) | 114 | June 1978 | Article |

T. J. Fletcher | Speedway tournaments | 256 | December 1976 | Article |

T. J. Fletcher | Easy ways of going round the bend | 16 | March 1973 | Article |

F. W. Flisher | Main mathematics in Colleges of Education | 321 | December 1973 | Article |

J. S. Fowlie | Forces in a plane represented by equations | 195 | October 1979 | Note 63.22 |

Stewart Fowlie | An axiomatic basis for vectors | 23 | February 1970 | Article |

L. Fox & Linda Hayes | A further helping of | 38 | March 1975 | Article |

R. H. Fox | Statistics projects outside the classroom | 165 | October 1973 | Article |

F. H. Francis | Complex roots from a graph | 145 | May 1970 | Note(C) 214 |

J. G. Freeman | A method of determining the North and latitude | 41 | March 1975 | Article |

J. G. Freeman | How to make a portable altitude sun-dial | 261 | December 1975 | Article |

P. L. Galbraith & D. A. Praeger | Mathematical sailsmanship | 94 | June 1975 | Article |

G. A. Garreau | Problems from the past | 295 | December 1976 | Note 60.34 |

Frank Garside | Simpson's Rule approximations for | 280 | October 1970 | Note(C) 218 |

G. R. Garside | A Recursive Approach to Raffles with Replacement | 41 | February 1971 | Article |

L. W. Gates | Patience rewarded | 164 | October 1978 | Article |

F. Gerrish | Surjections from an -set to an -set | 259 | December 1979 | Note 63.29 |

F. Gerrish | How many triangles? | 241 | October 1970 | Article |

F. Gerrish | Sledge-hammer cracks peanut | 38 | February 1972 | Note(M) 3319 |

F. Gerrish | The independence of 'Huntington's axioms' for boolean algebra | 35 | March 1978 | Article |

F. Gerrish | Faà di Bruno's formula | 130 | May 1972 | Note(M) 3329 |

F. Gerrish | Uniqueness of inverses | 65 | March 1973 | Note(M) 3342 |

F. Gerrish | Construction of defective 3 by 3 matrices having prescribed eigenvalues and eigenvectors | 318 | December 1972 | Note(C) 279 |

F. Gerrish | Evaluation of a general th-order determinant | 38 | February 1972 | Note(M) 3318 |

F. Gerrish & A. J. B. Ward | Derangements and determinants | 209 | October 1973 | Note(M) 3349 |

P. J. Giblin | What is an asymptote? | 274 | December 1972 | Article |

J. R. Gillett | An alternative representation of sums of two squares. | 59 | February 1971 | Note(M) 3291 |

A. W. Gillies | Three notes inspired by the Steiner -Lehmus theorem | 336 | December 1973 | Note(C) 296 |

A. W. Gillies | Equations and Matrices | 382 | December 1971 | Article |

M. I. Glencross | Three slants on the generalised inverse. 1 Calculating generalised inverse matrices | 173 | October 1979 | Article |

John Glenn | Diderot and the geoboard | 116 | June 1978 | Article |

H. J. Godwin | The inverse of a Pascal matrix | 221 | October 1974 | Note(M) 3358 |

J. R. Goggins; C. B. Gordon | Formula for | 134 | June 1973 | Note(M) 3346 |

L. R. Goide | Cubitis | 402 | December 1970 | Note(M) 3288 |

L. R. Goide | On Classroom Note 241 (Pythagorean triples) | 123 | May 1972 | Note(C) 266 |

Michael Goldberg | A six-plate linkage in three dimensions | 287 | December 1974 | Note(C) 312 |

Colin Goldsmith | Calculation of and | 434 | December 1971 | Note(M) 3312 |

R. L. Goodstein | A property of the central conic | 117 | May 1972 | Note(C) 262 |

R. L. Goodstein | Arithmetic without sets (Presidential address 1976) | 165 | October 1976 | Article |

R. L. Goodstein | The importance of being 259 | 1 | March 1975 | Article |

R. L. Goodstein | The generalized Vandermonde determinant | 264 | October 1970 | Article |

R. L. Goodstein | On sums of progressions of positive integers | 113 | May 1970 | Article |

R. L. Goodstein | The fundamental formula in the algebra of sets | 199 | October 1972 | Article |

R. L. Goodstein | Cutting squares from rectangles | 291 | December 1974 | Note(M) 3359 |

R. L. Goodstein | A generalized permutation problem | 266 | October 1970 | Article |

P. B. Goodwin | A simple visual solution of the technique of undetermined multipliers | 27 | February 1972 | Article |

S. H. Gould | A diagram for continued fractions | 177 | October 1974 | Article |

Cecil G. Gray | Solids of constant breadth | 289 | December 1972 | Article |

D. R. Green | The historical development of complex numbers | 99 | June 1976 | Article |

J. V. Greenman | Graphs and Markov chains | 49 | March 1977 | Article |

J. V. Greenman | Symmetry and differential equations | 279 | December 1977 | Article |

J. V. Greenman | Graphs and determinants | 241 | December 1976 | Article |

J. V. Greenman | Symmetry, graphs and eigenvalues | 195 | October 1977 | Article |

Robert E. Greenwood | The numbers of isomers of the alkanes and the aliphatic alcohols | 220 | October 1977 | Note 61.18 |

N. T. Gridgeman | Lame Ovals' | 31 | February 1970 | Article |

David Griffiths & David Culpin | Pi-optimal polygons | 165 | October 1975 | Article |

J. D. Griffiths | How arbitrary can a constant be? | 200 | October 1973 | Note(C) 287 |

D. S. Grimsditch | A non-commutative, associative operation | 321 | June 1971 | Note(M) 3299 |

D. S. Grimsditch | Computer Building Blocks | 234 | October 1970 | Article |

B. Grünbaum & G. C. Shephard | Patch-detemined tilings | 31 | March 1977 | Article |

J. W. Gubby | Two chestnuts (re-roasted) | 64 | March 1976 | Note 60.03 |

J. W. Gubby | A simple inequality | 203 | October 1973 | Note(C) 291 |

Stanley Gudder | We don't do things like that in our set | 273 | December 1976 | Article |

H. N. Gupta | A simple proof that | 124 | June 1978 | Note 62.14 |

S. L. Gupta | An identity involving the sum of the th powers of the first natural numbers | 128 | May 1972 | Note(M) 3326 |

C. R. Haines | How rough is a rough sketch? | 265 | December 1979 | Note 63.32 |

C. R. Haines | Old curves in a new setting | 262 | December 1977 | Article |

H. Halberstam | Transcendental numbers | 276 | December 1974 | Article |

A. Hall | On Classroom Note 206 | 52 | February 1971 | Note(C) 240 |

A. Hall | Genealogy of Pythagorean Triads | 377 | December 1970 | Note(C) 232 |

D. M. Hallowes | 53 | March 1978 | Note 62.08 | |

G. M. Hamilton | Some Projections of the Hypercube | 397 | December 1971 | Article |

S. F. Hancock | Pythagorean Triples | 289 | October 1970 | Note(C) |

Heiko Harborth | Prescribed numbers of tiles and tilings | 296 | December 1977 | Note 61.25 |

E. F. Harding | On Mr Fletcher's challenge | 423 | December 1971 | Note(C) 257 |

J. H. Harle | A Method for finding right-angled triangles having integral sides | 54 | February 1970 | Note(C) 207 |

V. C. Harris | Has anyone seen my curve? (see also p. 322) | 37 | February 1972 | Note(M) 3317 |

V. C. Harris | Testing for symmetry | 50 | March 1974 | Note(C) 301 |

P. Harvey | Stylistic Analysis | 361 | December 1970 | Article |

P. Harvey | A problem of astronomical proportion | 263 | December 1976 | Article |

Takanori Hayasaka & Sadao Saito | Langford sequences: a progress report | 261 | December 1979 | Note 63.30 |

Margaret Hayman | 'To each according to his needs' (Presidential address 1975) | 137 | October 1975 | Article |

A. P. Haynes | Go! | 283 | October 1970 | Note(C) 221 |

J. W. Head | Anderson's method | 64 | February 1970 | Note(M) 3254 |

J. Heading | Pythagoras in higher dimensions | 208 | October 1978 | Note 62.23(3) |

T. J. Heard | Counting the rationals | 62 | March 1976 | Note 60.01 |

T. J. Heard | Approximation to the normal distribution function | 39 | March 1979 | Note 63.01 |

A. C. Heath & Hugh Neill | Arthur John Moakes | 77 | February 1971 | Obituary |

A. Helfgott & R. B.Potts | Jack-in-the-box | 247 | December 1977 | Article |

J. W. Hersee | The Butler/Briault reports (J.W.H.) | 1 | March 1974 | Editorial |

John Hersee | First thoughts on Ns, Fs and the CEE (seminar report) | 2 | March 1974 | Article |

John Hersee | Notation and language in school mathematics | 241 | December 1977 | Article |

John Hersee | Notation and language in school mathematics (Teaching Committee interim statement) | 2 | March 1975 | Article |

J. Higgins | On Mathematical Note 3232 | 63 | February 1971 | Note(M) 3294 |

J. Higgins | Getting it Taped II | 47 | February 1971 | Article |

S. N. Higgins | Diabolic squares | 228 | October 1972 | Note(M) 3334 |

J. W. Hille | Decomposing fractions | 51 | March 1978 | Note 62.06 |

Jeanette Hilton | 211 | October 1974 | Note(C) 305 | |

T. C. Hind | A chain of parabolas | 46 | February 1970 | Note(C) 201 |

Chung-Wu Ho | Decomposition of a polygon into triangles | 132 | June 1976 | Note 60.10 |

G. T. Q. Hoare | A subset of the pythagorean triples | 118 | June 1979 | Note 63.16 |

L. M. Hocking | The Simpson error again | 430 | December 1971 | Note(M) 3308 |

P. Holmes | The Poisson distribution as the limit of the binomial | 35 | February 1972 | Note(C) 259 |

Peter Holmes | Using computers in the teaching of statistics | 228 | December 1975 | Article |

R. Holmes | The Magic Magic Square | 376 | December 1970 | Note(C) 230 |

D. F. Holt | Rooks inviolate | 131 | June 1974 | Article |

Michael Holt | The Mathematics of costing a book; or a matter of States and operators | 324 | June 1971 | Note(M) 3301 |

Michael Holt | Paper logic machine | 25 | February 1972 | Article |

Michael Holt | Maths for tomorrow's children | 125 | May 1970 | Article |

Miehael Holt | Group on the Möbius Ring | 346 | December 1970 | Article |

I. Hopkinson | Further evidence that is irrational | 275 | December 1975 | Note 59.23 |

A. G. Howson | Giving meaning to mathematics | 246 | December 1974 | Article |

A. G. Howson | Mathemagics | 212 | October 1974 | Note(C) 306 |

A. G. Howson | Milestone or millstone! | 258 | December 1973 | Article |

A. G. Howson | Function boxes: a model for differentiation | 27 | March 1974 | Article |

A. G. Howson | Equivalence - a 'chicken or egg' question | 139 | June 1974 | Note(C) 302 |

J. Huckaba & A. Kirch | Additive subgroups of the rationals | 299 | October 1970 | Note(M) 3273 |

Paul Hudson | Simple mathematics in simple economic modelling | 105 | June 1977 | Article |

Anthony Hughes | An application of catastrophe theory | 1 | March 1977 | Article |

Anthony Hughes | Conversion attempts in rugby football | 292 | December 1978 | Note 62.29 |

D. E. Hughes | When is a pass forward? | 44 | March 1978 | Note 62.02 |

Lewis Hull | Pythagoras in higher dimensions | 206 | October 1978 | Note 62.23(1) |

S. Humphrey | Pig | 256 | December 1979 | Note 63.27 |

Per Häggmark | Pascal + Fermat Gauss | 285 | December 1977 | Note 61.19 |

J. O. Irwin | Friday 13th | 412 | December 1971 | Article |

E. de St. Q. Isaacson | Follow that car | 387 | December 1970 | Note(M) 3279 |

J. Jablikowski | The ladder problem solved by construction | 138 | June 1977 | Note 61.11 |

T. H. Jackson | Another proof of the ' sequence' property | 62 | March 1977 | Note 61.03 |

M. James | The generalised inverse | 109 | June 1978 | Article |

P. W. James | Graphs within bounds | 318 | June 1971 | Note(C) 249 |

Bertha Jeffreys | 'An easy commerce of the old and the new' | 205 | October 1970 | Article |

Sir Harold Jeffreys | Structure of antisymmetrical determinants | 291 | October 1970 | Note(M) 3267 |

Crockett Johnson | A construction for a regular heptagon | 17 | March 1975 | Article |

Crockett Johnson | A Geometrical look at | 59 | February 1970 | Note(M) 3250 |

P. T. Johnston | A further matrix model of population growth | 52 | March 1979 | Note 63.10 |

W. Howard Joint | The dice polynomial | 133 | June 1977 | Note 61.08 |

A. S. Jones | An elementary theorem for simple polygons | 266 | December 1975 | Note 59.17 |

C. R. Jordan | Transitivity of relations | 64 | March 1973 | Note(M) 3341 |

A. K. Bazlul Karim | An interesting extension of the identity | 54 | February 1971 | Note(C) 242 |

L. Karlov | On the Advance of the Perihelion according to Special Relativity | 313 | June 1971 | Article |

E. Kerr | Some thoughts on the educational system and mathematics teaching (Presidential address 1977) | 157 | October 1977 | Article |

H. Kestelman | Positively harmonic motion | 154 | May 1970 | Note(M) 3264 |

T. Kiang | An old Chinese way of finding the volume of a sphere | 88 | May 1972 | Article |

C. W. Kilmister | Newton, the inverse square law and the direct distance law | 35 | March 1974 | Article |

C. W. Kilmister | Population in cities | 11 | March 1976 | Article |

Murray S. Klamkin | On the roots of a certain determinantal equation | 57 | February 1970 | Note(M) 3249 |

Frank Knowles | Slices of an algebraic cake | 291 | December 1978 | Note 62.27 |

A. R. Kokan | The minimum property of the mean deviation | 111 | June 1975 | Note 59.04 |

Czes Kosniowski | Symmetries of surfaces | 233 | December 1978 | Article |

Philip W. Kuchel | Anamorphoscopes: a visual aid for circle inversion | 82 | June 1979 | Article |

P. Laidler & B. V. Landau | A power sequence exercise for a pocket calculator | 191 | October 1977 | Article |

B. V. Landau | Good tables on bad floors | 281 | December 1978 | Article |

Bryan Lang & Hans Liebeck | Multiplicative groups of singular matrices | 38 | March 1976 | Article |

G. R. Langdale | Square ball | 216 | October 1974 | Note(C) 310 |

Eric S. Langford | On Note 3244 | 71 | February 1971 | Note(M) 3298 |

W. J. Langford | The Sieve - again | 15 | March 1974 | Article |

W. J. Langford | Tests for divisibility | 186 | October 1974 | Article |

G. H. Lawden | Pascal matrices | 325 | December 1972 | Note(M) 3338 |

G. H. Lawden | A Determinant of Pascal's Triangle | 428 | December 1971 | Note(M) 3307 |

A. E. Lawrance | Playing with Probability; Return Match | 49 | February 1971 | Article |

C. J. Lawrance & R. Webster | Stereoscopic scatter diagrams for illustrating population distributions | 95 | May 1972 | Article |

P. M. Lawrence | An algebraic approach to some pouring problems | 13 | February 1972 | Article |

Denis Lawson | Ancient Egypt revisited. | 293 | October 1970 | Note(M) 3269 |

R. E. Laxton & J. A. Anderson | Linear recurrences and maximal length sequences | 299 | December 1972 | Article |

S. Leader & L. D. Meeker | An approach to circular and hyperbolic functions | 269 | December 1975 | Note 59.20 |

W. Ledermann | Invariance of dimension | 194 | October 1979 | Note 63.21 |

F. C. Ledsham | Area of a general triangle in three dimensions | 200 | October 1979 | Note 63.26 |

J. Leech | On Euler's Transformation | 400 | December 1971 | Article |

John Leech | The moon is denser than the sun | 223 | October 1972 | Note(M) 3330 |

M. Lewin | A new proof of a theorem of Erdös and Szekeres | 136 | June 1976 | Note 60.13 |

M. Lewin | The theorem that is either irrational or integral | 138 | June 1976 | Note 60.14 |

M. Lewin | An even shorter proof that is either irrational or integral | 295 | December 1976 | Note 60.33 |

J. Parry Lewis et alia | Mathematics for social science students (a committee report) | 160 | October 1973 | Article |

Hans Liebeck | The vector space axiom | 30 | February 1972 | Article |

Hans Liebeck | That triple product | 149 | May 1970 | Note(M) 3259 |

Hans Liebeck | The limitations of group multiplication tables | 176 | October 1975 | Article |

G. S. Light | Are mudguards necessary? | 208 | October 1976 | Note 60.22 |

M. J. Lighthill | The Art of Teaching the Art of Applying Mathematics | 249 | June 1971 | Article |

H. Lindgren | Quicker round the bend! (Classroom Note 178) | 319 | June 1971 | Note(C) 250 |

Peter A. Lindstrom | The number of subsets of an -element set | 434 | December 1971 | Note(M) 3311 |

J. F. Ling | Introducing probability generating functions | 124 | June 1977 | Article |

E. Keith Lloyd | Matrices, graphs and adjoints | 201 | October 1977 | Article |

Phil Locke | Reduction of order and variation of parameter | 191 | October 1973 | Article |

E. H. Lockwood | Correction to Note 274 (Probability of acute-angled spherical triangles) | 131 | June 1973 | Note(C) 284 |

E. H. Lockwood | A dissection proof of | 50 | March 1974 | Note(C) 300 |

E. H. Lockwood | Probability of acute-angled triangles (spherical version) | 222 | October 1972 | Note(C) 274 |

E. H. Lockwood | Pascal's triangle and the trigonometrical expansions | 229 | October 1972 | Note(M) 3335 |

E. H. Lockwood | Colouring the faces of a cube | 179 | October 1977 | Article |

R. P. Loh | Approximate angle trisection | 124 | May 1972 | Note(M) 3322 |

Robert R. Loh | Approximate angle trisection | 123 | May 1972 | Note(M) 3322 |

M. S. Longuet-Higgins | Reflections on reflections - 1 | 257 | December 1974 | Article |

M. S. Longuet-Higgins | Reflections on a triangle - 2 | 293 | December 1973 | Article |

Graham Lord | Triangular numbers summed geometrically | 49 | March 1974 | Note(C) 299 |

E. R. Love | J. H. Michell's epicene functions | 196 | October 1979 | Note 63.23 |

H. V. Lowry | On divisors | 419 | December 1971 | Note(C) 253 |

H. V. Lowry | Formula for | 224 | October 1972 | Note(M) 3331 |

R. S. Luther | Solution of , prime, a positive integer | 148 | May 1970 | Note(M) 3257 |

R. C. Lyness | A biquadratic 6-cycle | 142 | June 1974 | Note(M) 3355 |

R. C. Lyness | Flying over a polygonal route | 46 | March 1978 | Note 62.03 |

R. C. Lyness | An Olympiad problem | 90 | June 1976 | Article |

A. R. G. Macdivitt | The most recently discovered prime number | 268 | December 1979 | Note 63.34 |

I. D. Macdonald | Factor groups | 29 | March 1978 | Article |

Alastair MacDougall | On Classroom Note 216 | 418 | December 1971 | Note(C) 251 |

Desmond MacHale | How commutative can a non-commutative group be? | 199 | October 1974 | Article |

R. H. Macmillan | Pyramids and pavements: some thoughts from Cairo | 251 | December 1979 | Article |

Malcolm MacNicol | Solving linear diophantine equations using matrices | 130 | June 1977 | Note 61.06 |

W. E. Macro | Pythagoras'a theorem and its extension | 339 | December 1973 | Note(C) 297 |

J. R. Manning | Probability of acute-angled triangles | 222 | October 1972 | Note(C) 273 |

J. R. Manning | Probability distributions and B-splines | 229 | December 1979 | Article |

B. W. Martin | How many triangles? | 440 | December 1971 | Note(M) 3316 |

J. H. Mason | Can regular tetrahedra be glued together face to face to form a ring? | 194 | October 1972 | Article |

Betty D. Mastrantone | How many triangles? | 438 | December 1971 | Note(M) 3316 |

Geoffrey & Julia Matthews | Pre-school pre-mathematics | 97 | June 1973 | Article |

Geoffrey Matthews | Vectoriana | 140 | June 1974 | Note(C) 303 |

Geoffrey Matthews | Sausages and bananas (Presidential address 1978) | 145 | October 1978 | Article |

Geoffrey Matthews | Cards, Modules and Kits | 131 | May 1970 | Article |

Geoffrey Matthews & Bob Lewis | Quanta for the quick | 8 | March 1974 | Article |

E. A. Maxwell | Circles modulo 6 | 61 | February 1971 | Note(M) 3293 |

E. A. Maxwell | Missing the turning | 263 | December 1979 | Note 63.31 |

E. A. Maxwell | Thomas Arthur Alan Broadbent | 195 | October 1973 | Obituary |

E. A. Maxwell | Disintegration | 62 | March 1973 | Note(C) 280 |

E. A. Maxwell | William Vallance Douglas Hodge | 61 | March 1976 | Obituary |

E. A. Maxwell | W. G. Bickley | 406 | December 1970 | Obituary |

W. H. McCrea | Natural philosophy | 161 | October 1974 | Article |

K. R. McLean | Divisibility properties of binomial coefficients | 17 | March 1974 | Article |

K. R. McLean | When isomorphic groups are not the same | 207 | October 1973 | Note(M) 3347 |

K. Robin McLean | Groups in modular arithmetic | 94 | June 1978 | Article |

Aileen M. Mcloughlin & Gerrit I. Smith | Obtaining Keplerian orbits | 209 | October 1976 | Note 60.23 |

G. C. McVittie | Vincenzo Consolato Antonino Ferraro | 208 | October 1974 | Obituary |

B. L. Meek | 'Design Doodling' in a square | 353 | December 1970 | Article |

G. Merlane | The use of matrix methods when solving simultaneous linear equations | 337 | December 1970 | Article |

Graham Merlane | John Laviers Lloyd | 284 | December 1977 | Obituary |

J. Messenger | Warning to examiners in a hurry | 215 | October 1974 | Note(C) 309 |

Leroy F. Meyers | Basic topological concepts without intimidation | 63 | March 1977 | Note 61.04 |

L. Mirsky | A footnote to a minimum problem of Mordell | 51 | March 1973 | Article |

Zarco Mitrovic | Some inequalities involving elementary symmetric function and arithmetic and geometric means | 155 | May 1970 | Note(M) 3265 |

A. J. Moakes | A Further Note on Machine Computation for | 306 | June 1971 | Article |

A. J. Moakes | The calculation of | 261 | October 1970 | Article |

E. Moore | On the evaluation of where is a Normal Matrix | 395 | December 1970 | Note(M) 3285 |

Moreton Moore | Symmetrical intersections of right circular cylinders | 181 | October 1974 | Article |

J. B. Morgan | Kenneth Scotchburn Snell | 193 | October 1973 | Obituary |

J. B. Morgan | The International Baccalaureate | 183 | October 1973 | Article |

D. M. Morris & Douglas Quadling | Correspondence with a chemist | 233 | December 1979 | Article |

M. V. Muddapur | The calculation of the mean deviation from the median | 53 | March 1978 | Note 62.07 |

R. V. Murphy | Maximum range problems in a resisting medium | 10 | March 1979 | Article |

Timothy Murphy | The dissection of a circle by chords (see also p. 235) | 113 | May 1972 | Article |

M. A. Mustafa & M. Planitz | No more than a ring | 222 | October 1972 | Note(C) 272 |

L. E. Mustoe | Construction of a square using Compasses only | 389 | December 1970 | Note(M) 3281 |

Leslie Mustoe | Addendum to Note 3281 (Construction of a square using compasses only) | 129 | May 1972 | Note(M) 3327 |

T. Nakazawa | A parabola property | 223 | October 1972 | Note(C) 275 |

P. K. Nandi & J. Prasad | A note on the sequence of Bernoulli's trials | 157 | May 1970 | Note(M) 3266 |

H. Neill | Some gastronomic thoughts on dual spaces | 78 | June 1975 | Article |

H. Neill | Teaching vectors in the sixth form | 80 | June 1974 | Article |

David Nelson | A regular pentagon construction | 215 | October 1977 | Note 61.14 |

R. D. Nelson | Napoleon revisited | 108 | June 1974 | Article |

R. D. Nelson | Mathematical modelling in the classroom | 82 | June 1977 | Article |

B. H. Neumann | Byron's daughter | 94 | June 1973 | Article |

B. H. Neumann | A problem of I. D. Macdonald | 298 | December 1978 | Note 62.32 |

M. G. Neville | Finding Failures of the Anti-Fermat Hypothesis by Computer | 382 | December 1970 | Note(M) 3277 |

Brian Newbould | Trigonometrical triangles | 316 | December 1972 | Note(C) 278 |

J. R. Nichol | A Chessboard Problem | 405 | December 1970 | Note(M) 3290 |

A. R. Nicholson | Pythagorean Triads | 44 | February 1970 | Note(C) 200 |

M. Norgate | Non-convex pentahedra | 115 | May 1970 | Article |

A. C. Norman & Anthony Smith | Computer drawings of compounds of star polyhedra (see also p. 39) | 303 | December 1973 | Article |

Roger North | Four heads are better than one | 334 | December 1973 | Note(C) 295 |

W. R. S. North | On Note 187 (Angles whose sum is ) | 377 | December 1970 | Note(C) 231 |

F. G. J. Norton | L. Harwood Clarke | 407 | December 1970 | Obituary |

J. R. Nurcombe | A necessary condition for convergence | 113 | June 1975 | Note 59.07 |

F. O'Hara | The problem of the incorrect weight sum (Note 3169). | 327 | June 1971 | Note(M) 3304 |

F. O'Hara | A 24-point sphere for the orthocentric tetrahedron | 295 | December 1972 | Article |

C. Stanley Ogilvy | Curvature (see also p. 315) | 116 | May 1972 | Note(C) 260 |

C. Stanley Ogilvy | The equation | 219 | October 1972 | Note(C) 268 |

Keith Ord | More means worse | 34 | March 1975 | Article |

A. Owen & F. R. Watson | The mathematical boarding schools of the USSR | 188 | October 1974 | Article |

G. I. Owen | A permutation algorithm | 135 | June 1977 | Note 61.09 |

G. I. Owen | Calculating mean deviations | 141 | June 1974 | Note(M) 3354 |

G. I. Owen | Log jam | 296 | December 1976 | Note 60.35 |

I. A. Pamphilon | The vector triple product | 217 | October 1977 | Note 61.16 |

S. Parameswaran | The Number of Arithmetic Operations Required to Evaluate an -by- Determinant | 391 | December 1970 | Note(M) 3282 |

A. R. Pargeter | Steiner-Lehmus theorem: a direct proof | 58 | February 1971 | Note(C) 245 |

A. R. Pargeter | Three notes inspired by the Steiner -Lehmus theorem | 336 | December 1973 | Note(C) 296 |

A. R. Pargeter | Three to one 'obtuse' | 287 | October 1970 | Note(C) 223 |

A. R. Pargeter | The volume of a cone | 203 | October 1976 | Note 60.17 |

A. R. Pargeter | Food for thought | 209 | October 1974 | Note(C) 304 |

C. A. Parrack | Why least squares? | 258 | December 1979 | Note 63.28 |

C. A. Parrack | Skating on thin ice? | 198 | October 1973 | Note(C) 285 |

C. A. Parrack | Perpetual motion? | 221 | October 1972 | Note(C) 271 |

C. F. Parry | A variation on the Steiner-Lehmus theme | 89 | June 1978 | Article |

C. F. Parry & M. S. Longuet-Higgins | (Reflections)^{3}
| 181 | October 1975 | Article |

C. J. Parry | On Pythagorean Triads | 53 | February 1971 | Note(C) 241 |

L. A. Pars | A graphical solution of Euler's equations | 122 | June 1973 | Article |

R. A. Parsons & J. M. Truran | Equilateral triangles on geoboards | 53 | February 1970 | Note(C) 206 |

S. L. Parsonson | An approximation to the normaldistribution function | 118 | June 1978 | Note 62.10 |

S. L. Parsonson | Comparison of first-year university mathematics syllabuses (Universities and Schools Committee) | 2 | February 1972 | Article |

S. L. Parsonson | A Lesson on Cubic Equations: The Irreducible Case | 399 | December 1970 | Note(M) 3287 |

R. W. Payne | On minimising and | 375 | December 1970 | Note(C) 229 |

R. W. Payne | The moment of inertia of a parallelogram about a diagonal | 130 | June 1973 | Note(C) 283 |

R. W. Payne | The reflector property of the ellipse | 215 | October 1974 | Note(C) 308 |

Jean J. Pedersen | Visualising parallel divisions of space | 250 | December 1978 | Article |

Jean J. Pedersen | Collapsoids | 81 | June 1975 | Article |

Jean J. Pedersen | Braided rotating rings | 15 | March 1978 | Article |

D. Pedoe | Conics containing only one real point | 51 | March 1974 | Note(M)3352 |

D. Pedoe | A very difficult question to settle | 340 | December 1973 | Note(M) 3350 |

Walter Penney | Which distribution is Witch? | 129 | June 1977 | Note 61.05 |

Hazel Perfect | Pythagoras in higher dimensions | 208 | October 1978 | Note 62.23(2) |

J. M. H. Peters | An approximate relation between and the golden ratio | 197 | October 1978 | Note 62.18 |

J. E. Phythian | Can a leopard change its spots? | 65 | February 1970 | Note(M) 3255 |

J. E. Phythian | Divisors using Fermat's Theorem | 402 | December 1970 | Note(M) 3289 |

Günter Pickert | Affine planes | 278 | December 1973 | Article |

J. G. L. Pinhey | The Comte de Buffon's Paper Clip | 288 | October 1970 | Note(C) 225 |

J. L. G. Pinhey | The Indian rope trick | 110 | June 1979 | Note 63.12 |

J. L. G. Pinhey | Frequency of Types of Quadratic Number | 425 | December 1971 | Note(C) 258 |

R. L. Plackett | The Application of the Chi-squared Test | 363 | December 1971 | Article |

M. Planitz | Three slants on the generalised inverse. 3 Inconsistent systems of linear equations | 181 | October 1979 | Article |

G. Polya | A story with a moral | 86 | June 1973 | Article |

K. A. Post | Regular polygons with rational vertices | 205 | October 1978 | Note 62.22 |

D. C. D. Potter | Triangular square numbers (see also p. 311) | 109 | May 1972 | Article |

D. C. D. Potter | The Map Cubic Metres -- Pounds | 380 | December 1970 | Note(C) 234 |

David L. Powell | Demonstrating symmetry operations | 272 | December 1975 | Note 59.21 |

James Pretty | The significance of the matrix equation of a central conic | 116 | June 1979 | Note 63.15 |

H. E. Price | A proof of Fermat's triangle problem | 198 | October 1978 | Note 62.19 |

C. J. Priday | Card trick for Christmas | 18 | February 1972 | Article |

E. I. F. Primrose | Kirkman's schoolgirls in modern dress | 292 | December 1976 | Note 60.30 |

E. J. F. Primrose | The number of quadratic residues mod | 60 | March 1977 | Note 61.02 |

E. J. F. Primrose | Maximum area and perimeter of a parallelogram in an ellipse | 342 | December 1973 | Note(M) 3351 |

E. J. F. Primrose | An interesting triangle | 42 | March 1979 | Note 63.03 |

E. J. F. Primrose | Caveat | 51 | February 1971 | Note(C) 239 |

E. J. F. Primrose | Extensions of geometrical results | 427 | December 1971 | Note(M) 3305 |

John E. Prussing | How to serve in tennis | 294 | December 1977 | Note 61.24 |

John E. Prussing | A nonrelativistic analogy to relativistic time dilatation | 197 | October 1972 | Article |

C. W. Puritz | Repaying a loan by instalments | 253 | December 1977 | Article |

C. W. Puritz | An elementary method of calculating | 102 | June 1974 | Article |

C. W. Puritz | Area and volume of a sphere | 206 | October 1973 | Note(C) 293 |

H. Pursey | The diurnal solar energy falling on the earth's surface | 218 | October 1977 | Note 61.17 |

John Pym | An approach to convergence | 57 | March 1976 | Article |

D. A. Quadling | The story of the Three Squares (continued) | 212 | October 1974 | Note(C) 307 |

D. A. Quadling | The perennial problem of geometry | 237 | October 1973 | Editorial |

D. A. Quadling | Dr. Harris's trisectrix | 322 | December 1972 | Note(M) 3337 |

D. A. Quadling | The re-klein-ing group | 219 | October 1972 | Note(C) 269 |

D. A. Quadling | With our thanks; Welcome | 1 | February 1972 | Editorial |

D. A. Quadling | The adventitious angles problem: a progress report | 55 | March 1977 | Article |

D. A. Quadling | Exeter | 87 | May 1972 | Editorial |

D. A. Quadling | Mod 13 patience | 50 | February 1971 | Note(C) 236 |

D. A. Quadling | Last words on adventitious angles | 174 | October 1978 | Article |

D. A. Quadling | Two anniversaries | 81 | June 1977 | Editorial |

D. A. Quadling | Four hundred up | 85 | June 1973 | Editorial |

D. A. Quadling | Mathematics and Science: Friction or Fusion! | 416 | December 1971 | Article |

D. A. Quadling | New word needed | 56 | February 1970 | Note(C) 208 |

Douglas Quadling | John Edensor Littlewood | 41 | March 1978 | Obituary |

Douglas Quadling | Fibonacci on the road | 54 | March 1978 | Note 62.09 |

Douglas Quadling | Q for quaternions | 98 | June 1979 | Article |

Douglas Quadling | Integral-sided triangles and cubic graphs | 124 | June 1978 | Note 62.15 |

Douglas Quadling & John Cable | Correlation coefficients in the same segment - by vectors | 307 | December 1973 | Article |

"Quinbus Flestrin" | On mountain tracks and motorways, men and mandarins | 198 | October 1976 | Article |

C. W. O. Rainer | The problem of the safe corner | 111 | June 1979 | Note 63.13 |

C. W. O. Rainer | The skewness of the binomial distribution | 293 | December 1977 | Note 61.23 |

R. S. Rathbone | A graphical surprise | 196 | October 1978 | Note 62.17 |

Simeon Reich | Squares in a triangle | 145 | May 1970 | Note(C) 213 |

B. C. Rennie | Relative velocities without arrows | 122 | May 1972 | Note(C) 265 |

B. C. Rennie | Chains and whips in the teaching of mathematics | 271 | December 1972 | Article |

A. Revuz | Changes in the teaching of mathematics in France | 241 | December 1979 | Article |

P. Reynolds | Hand calculators: A 1969 Report on their use in Schools | 41 | February 1970 | Article |

F. Rhodes | Curvature | 315 | December 1972 | Note(C) 277 |

F. Rhodes | ? | 298 | June 1971 | Article |

Frank Rhodes | A Geometric duality for two metrics for the coordinate plane | 19 | February 1970 | Article |

Amall Richards | Left- and right-distributivity without commutativity | 205 | October 1976 | Note 60.20 |

N. W. Richards | Finding a matrix multiplier by least squares | 185 | October 1979 | Article |

J. F. Rigby | A concentrated dose of old-fashioned geometry | 296 | December 1973 | Article |

J. F. Rigby | Adventitious quadrangles: a geometrical approach | 183 | October 1978 | Article |

J. F. Rigby & James Wiegold | Independent axioms for vector spaces | 56 | March 1973 | Article |

J. F. Rigby & James Wiegold | Non-commutative associative operations, and a non-commutative group structure on the reals | 33 | February 1972 | Article |

M. Ritter | An approach to the Adams-Bashforth formula | 48 | March 1979 | Note 63.07 |

Neville Robbins | Calculating a primitive root (mod ) | 195 | October 1975 | Note 59.15 |

Ian A. Robertson | A pitfall in Bessel functions | 301 | October 1970 | Note(M) 3275 |

S. A. Robertson | Classifying triangles and quadrilateral | 38 | March 1977 | Article |

Anthony C. Robin | Photomeasurement | 77 | June 1978 | Article |

Geoffrey R. Robinson | A diophantine solution | 136 | June 1976 | Note 60.12 |

C. A. Rogers | Length, area and volume | 100 | June 1973 | Article |

David M. Rose | Magic squares and matrices | 36 | March 1973 | Article |

W. G. Rosser | A rearrangement analogy | 118 | May 1972 | Note(C) 263 |

N. W. Rymer | Projects, problems and patience | 1 | March 1979 | Article |

S. Sampanthar | A particular integral of | 298 | October 1970 | Note(M) 3272 |

David Sanders | A cautionary counter-example | 44 | March 1975 | Note 59.01 |

Frank Sandon | A nomogram for the times of sunrise, sunset and twilight | 210 | October 1976 | Note 60.24 |

P. M. Sawant | Dedekind's completeness theorem | 201 | October 1973 | Note(C) 289 |

W. W. Sawyer | Notes on matrices | 1 | February 1970 | Article |

R. Schlapp | The contribution of the Scots to mathematics | 1 | March 1973 | Article |

R. L. E. Schwarzenberger | The 17 plane symmetry groups | 123 | June 1974 | Article |

R. J. P. Scott | Patterns in square numbers | 203 | October 1976 | Note 60.18 |

R. E. Scraton | On divergent series | 99 | May 1972 | Article |

Keith Selkirk | Re-designing the dartboard | 171 | October 1976 | Article |

B. K. Sen-Gupta | A format for repeated integration by parts | 201 | October 1973 | Note(C) 288 |

Michael Sewell | Kitchen catastrophe | 246 | December 1975 | Article |

R. Shail | An electrostatic proof of the inversive distance inequality | 328 | December 1972 | Note(M) 3339 |

Alex Shannon | Construction of the 59th icosahedron | 116 | May 1972 | Note(C) 261 |

Michael J. A. Sharkey | An identity involving sums of powers | 131 | June 1973 | Note(M) 3344 |

W. E. Sharp | Golden weaves | 42 | March 1978 | Note 62.01 |

L. R. Shenton | On Note 3280 and Faà di Bruno's formula | 39 | February 1972 | Note(M) 3320 |

G. C. Shephard | The mathematics of a mechanical puzzle | 174 | October 1977 | Article |

G. C. Shephard | Additive frieze patterns and multiplication tables | 178 | October 1976 | Article |

Howard Sherwood | Sums of powers of integers and Bernoulli numbers | 272 | October 1970 | Article |

R. E. W. Shipp | A simple derivation of the error in Simpson's rule | 292 | October 1970 | Note(M) 3268 |

P. Shiu | A new construction of the real numbers | 39 | March 1974 | Article |

P. Shiu | A generalization of some convergence tests | 227 | October 1972 | Note(M) 3333 |

P. Shiu | Triangular Nmbers-Two Applications | 34 | February 1971 | Article |

P. Shiu | How slowly can a series converge? | 285 | December 1972 | Article |

H. B. Shuard | Does it matter ? | 7 | March 1975 | Article |

J. R. Silvester | Fibonacci properties by matrix methods | 188 | October 1979 | Article |

David I. Simpson | Equality of fractions | 220 | October 1972 | Note(C) 270 |

E. J. Simpson | A circular tour of some 'A' level mathematics | 268 | October 1970 | Article |

Harold Simpson | On Note 3249 | 60 | February 1971 | Note(M) 3292 |

Man-Keung Siu | An interesting exponential equation | 213 | October 1976 | Note 60.25 |

Anthony Smith | Some regular compounds of star-polyhedra (see also p. 303) | 39 | March 1973 | Article |

Cedric A. B. Smith | Simple projections | 19 | March 1978 | Article |

Cedric A. B. Smith | Prime factors and recurring duodecimals | 106 | June 1975 | Article |

G. S. Smith | An approximate construction for | 125 | June 1979 | Note 63.19 |

Harry V. Smith | The twenty-fifth (known) perfect number | 271 | December 1979 | Note 63.35 |

Ian F. Smith | A common source of error in dynamics | 55 | February 1971 | Note(C) 243 |

S. R. N. Smith | An integration technique | 281 | October 1970 | Note(C) 219 |

T. Knape Smith | Easy as | 63 | March 1973 | Note(C) 281 |

Graham S. Smithers | Public Opinion Polls in Schools | 28 | February 1971 | Article |

Graham S. Smithers | Early warning: a statistical classroom experiment | 188 | October 1972 | Article |

F. Smithies | What makes a mathematician? | 224 | October 1970 | Article |

F. Smithies | Two remarks on a note by Mordell | 260 | October 1970 | Article |

E. T. W. Smyth | A schema for solving linear equations | 192 | October 1975 | Note 59.14 |

K. S. Snell | Integers. Introduction of directed numbers | 105 | May 1970 | Article |

D. A. T. Sofie | The reduction of a General Matrix to a Product of Elementary' Matrices | 284 | October 1970 | Note(C) 222 |

M. E. Spiegel | The Laplace transform of | 329 | December 1972 | Note(M) 3340 |

Bryan Spielman | A test for associativity | 59 | February 1971 | Note(C) 246 |

Bryan Spielman | A route to addition formulae | 436 | December 1971 | Note(M) 3313 |

V. Srinivas | Regular polygons on a square pinboard | 290 | December 1977 | Note 61.21 |

E. L. Stark | Another way to sum | 47 | March 1979 | Note 63.06 |

Ian Stewart | The truth about Venn diagrams | 47 | March 1976 | Article |

L. John Stroud | On Mathematical Note 3232 | 63 | February 1971 | Note(M) 3294 |

J. B. Sutton | An application of the rectangular distribution | 126 | June 1976 | Note 60.07 |

J. L. Synge | The problem of the thrown string | 250 | October 1970 | Article |

H. B. Talbot & A. R. Tammadge | Matrix description of transformations in a plane | 92 | June 1974 | Article |

Alan Tammadge | Creativity (Presidential Address 1979) | 145 | October 1979 | Article |

Allan Tarp | Report on a study tour to Farawaystan | 15 | March 1975 | Article |

Paul Taylor | Counting lines and planes in generalised noughts and crosses | 77 | June 1979 | Article |

S. J. Taylor | The regularity of randomness | 1 | March 1978 | Article |

Robert L. Tennison | Smooth curves of constant width | 270 | December 1976 | Article |

A. R. Thatcher | Five integers which sum in pairs to squares (see also p. 215) | 25 | March 1978 | Article |

E. B. C. Thomton | Mysterious | 103 | May 1972 | Article |

E. B. C. Thornton | Function | 28 | February 1970 | Article |

Robert H. Thouless | The 12-Balls problem as an illustration of the application of information theory | 246 | October 1970 | Article |

H. A. Thurston | How good is the usual approximation for the period of a simple pendulum? | 120 | May 1972 | Note(C) 264 |

H. A. Thurston | Leibniz's notation | 189 | October 1973 | Article |

B. R. Tims & J. A. Tyrrell | Approximate evaluation of Euler's constant | 65 | February 1971 | Note(M) 3295 |

Godfried Toussaint | Generalisations of : some applications | 289 | December 1974 | Note(C) 313 |

Charles W. Trigg | Magic tetrahedra | 148 | May 1970 | Note(M) 3258 |

Colin Tripp | Adventitious angles | 98 | June 1975 | Article |

F. Troughton | Divisibility by seven | 290 | October 1970 | Note(C) 227 |

F. Troughton | The rule of seventy extended | 322 | June 1971 | Note(M) 3300 |

Roseline Turner | Amida | 213 | October 1977 | Note 61.13 |

K. O. Venugopalan | New slant on a standard integral | 200 | October 1973 | Note(C) 286 |

G. T. Wain | Constructing an Angle of 30° | 50 | February 1970 | Note(C) 204 |

R. C. Walker | Monge's theorem in many dimensions | 185 | October 1976 | Article |

R. C. Walker | An electrical network and the golden section | 162 | October 1975 | Article |

R. C. Walker | A graph -colouring theorem | 54 | March 1976 | Article |

Richard Walker | The pigeonhole principle | 25 | March 1977 | Article |

Richard Walker | The captains' meeting | 263 | December 1978 | Article |

Derek A. Waller | Some combinatorial aspects of the musical chords | 12 | March 1978 | Article |

A. J. B. Ward | Divergence of the Harmonic series | 277 | October 1970 | Note(C) 216 |

A. J. N. Ward | An expression for a vector function | 112 | June 1975 | Note 59.06 |

Donald Watson | Kombinatorial mechanics | 128 | June 1976 | Note 60.08 |

Donald Watson | On scoring in games | 110 | May 1970 | Article |

E. J. Watson & E. H. Lockwood | Probability of an acute-angled spherical triangle | 217 | October 1974 | Note(C) 311 |

Rex Watson | Semi-regular tessellations | 186 | October 1973 | Article |

Stanley G. Wayment | An integral mean value theorem | 300 | October 1970 | Note(M) 3274 |

B. R. Webb | Obtaining trigonometrical relationships by matrices | 268 | December 1975 | Note 59.18 |

J. H. Webb | A straight line is the shortest distance between two points | 137 | June 1974 | Article |

Rob Webb | The case of the spurious root | 132 | June 1977 | Note 61.07 |

Rob Webb | A geometric slant on determinants | 20 | March 1977 | Article |

D. G. Wells | The notation of Junior Mathematics | 142 | May 1970 | Note(C) 211 |

D. G. Wells | Ahmes' fractions | 144 | May 1970 | Note(C) 212 |

J. D. Weston | The Simpson error again | 429 | December 1971 | Note(M) 3308 |

J. D. Weston | Square roots in rings | 294 | December 1976 | Note 60.32 |

Roger F. Wheeler | The seven-colour map | 47 | March 1974 | Note(C) 298 |

Albert Wilansky | Polynomials factorable (mod ) | 147 | May 1970 | Note(M) 3256 |

C. H. Wild | The 'characteristic function' and set theory | 296 | October 1970 | Note(M) 3270 |

J. V. Wild | The chi-square goodness of fit test | 302 | October 1970 | Note(M) 3276 |

E. M. Williams | Curriculum for the '70s (a synopsis) (see also p. 236) | 5 | February 1972 | Article |

H. B. Williams | A History of Teachers of Mathematics | 272 | June 1971 | Article |

T. J. Willmore | Whither geometry? | 216 | October 1970 | Article |

William Wynne Willson | In defence of | 68 | February 1971 | Note(M) 3297 |

William Wynne Willson | An approach to complex numbers. | 342 | December 1970 | Article |

G. L. Wilson | The numbers of isomers of the alkanes | 126 | June 1978 | Note 62.16 |

Edward T. Wong | Three slants on the generalised inverse. 2 Generalised inverses as linear transformations | 176 | October 1979 | Article |

A. D. Woodall | Functions, differences and the fundamental theorem of the Calculus | 277 | October 1970 | Note(C) 217 |

D. R. Woodall | Inductio ad absurdum ? | 64 | June 1975 | Article |

D. R. Woodall | Teaching through discussion groups | 194 | October 1976 | Article |

G. T. Woods | Chemically, the same or different? | 247 | December 1976 | Article |

G. Worsnup | A lucky choice of parallel axes | 291 | December 1978 | Note 62.28 |

Michael Wortmys | The geometric series-a geometric demonstration | 204 | October 1976 | Note 60.19 |

H. G. Woyda | Three notes inspired by the Steiner -Lehmus theorem | 336 | December 1973 | Note(C) 296 |

William Wynne Willson | A generalisation of a property of the 4, 5, 6 triangle | 130 | June 1976 | Note 60.09 |

William Wynne Willson | Happy Christmas, Euclid! | 245 | December 1974 | Article |