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

T. O. Adewoye | A curious factorisation | Article | Dec 1987 | 258 |

Stephen Ainley | A probable paradox | Note 66.43 | Dec 1982 | 300 |

Stephen Ainley | Two cube problems | Note 65.27 | Oct 1981 | 197 |

Edward J. Allen | Continued radicals | Article | Dec 1985 | 261 |

Ali R. Amir-Moez & Daniel S. Moak | Vectors and spherical trigonometry | Note 64.16 | Oct 1980 | 193 |

C. W. Anderson | A property of medians | Note 67.16 | Jun 1983 | 122 |

Ian Anderson | Constructing tournament designs | Article | Oct 1989 | 284 |

Ian Anderson | Sums of squares and binomial coefficients | Article | Jun 1981 | 87 |

Johnston Anderson | Who gets good degrees ? | Article | Mar 1988 | 22 |

Norman Anderson | Integral transforms and summing series | Note 70.12 | Mar 1986 | 46 |

Oliver D. Anderson | A universal test for divisibility | Note 71.04 | Mar 1987 | 44 |

Oliver D. Anderson | The twenty-one card trick | Article | Oct 1985 | 188 |

Stuart Anderson | Struggling with the problem | Article | Dec 1987 | 271 |

R. B. Anderton | The mathematics of walking | Article | Oct 1987 | 194 |

Bruce Andrews | Stamp totals | Note 66.45 | Dec 1982 | 303 |

John Anstice | The worst postman problem | Note 72.33 | Oct 1988 | 226 |

D. H. Armitage | Two applications of Bernoulli's inequality | Note 66.50 | Dec 1982 | 309 |

D. H. Armitage | Constructing rational angles | Note 67.20 | Jun 1983 | 128 |

R. J. Armstrong | Expansions and partial fractions | Note 68.11 | Mar 1984 | 52 |

S. Asadulla | Two proofs based on triangular numbers | Note 67.07 | Mar 1983 | 53 |

C. B. G. Ash | An elliptical table | Note 71.29 | Oct 1987 | 225 |

C. B. G. Ash | Powerful sequences | Article | Dec 1985 | 249 |

C. B. G.Ash | Triangles, squares and Pythagoras | Note 68.35 | Dec 1984 | 274 |

Christopher Ash | Binomial coefficients | Note 73.04 | Mar 1989 | 32 |

J. Astin | Greenspan's harmonic oscillator | Article | Dec 1981 | 271 |

Michael Atiyah | What is geometry? (1982 Presidential Address) | Article | Oct 1982 | 179 |

Bemard Atkin | Constructing an inscribed regular pentagon | Note 72.18 | Jun 1988 | 119 |

M. D. Atkinson & W. F. Lunnon | Regular fault-free rectangles | Article | Jun 1980 | 99 |

A. K. Austin | A word of caution about proof by contradiction | Note 65.05 | Mar 1981 | 36 |

A. K. Austin | A problem of unique solutions | Note 65.21 | Jun 1981 | 134 |

A. K. Austin | Sharing a cake | Article | Oct 1982 | 212 |

A. K. Austin | Exponential time and secret codes | Note 65.36 | Dec 1981 | 279 |

A. K. Austin | Integrating an inverse function | Note 70.08 | Mar 1986 | 40 |

A. K. Austin | Mathematical induction - a computer approach | Note 68.08 | Mar 1984 | 46 |

A. K. Austin | Two curiosities | Note 69.08 | Mar 1985 | 42 |

Keith Austin | Recurrence and implication | Note 73.50 | Dec 1989 | 329 |

Keith Austin | Monochromatic and monotonic | Article | Oct 1988 | 188 |

Keith Austin | A cardboard approach to factor groups | Article | Oct 1983 | 197 |

Keith Austin | Finite and infinite systems | Article | Jun 1987 | 107 |

Keith Austin | A paradox - (2) Four weighings suffice | Note 72.15 | Jun 1988 | 113 |

Keith Austin | A word of warning about proofs by contradiction | Note 71.30 | Oct 1987 | 227 |

Peter Avery | Mathematics in sport | Article | Mar 1989 | 1 |

John K. Backhouse | Fisher's exact probability test | Note 66.19 | Jun 1982 | 142 |

John K. Backhouse | Data permutation tests | Article | Jun 1983 | 105 |

John K. Backhouse | From Heathrow to Hong Kong - an application of trigonometry | Article | Jun 1986 | 104 |

B. J. R. Bailey | Upside-down addition | Note 66.47 | Dec 1982 | 305 |

D. F. Bailey | revisited | Note 69.11 | Jun 1985 | 113 |

A. A. Ball | A new definition of rounding | Article | Mar 1980 | 5 |

Derek Ball | Halving envelopes | Article | Oct 1980 | 166 |

G. A. Bancroft, D. J. Colwell & J. R. Gillett | A truncated Poisson distribution | Note 67.28 | Oct 1983 | 216 |

Robert Barbour | Quadrisecting quadrilaterals | Note 69.12 | Jun 1985 | 114 |

A. Barnes & C. K. Keogh | Unusual gravity | Note 68.23 | Jun 1984 | 138 |

Alan Barnes | Inverse and reciprocal functions | Note 65.39 | Dec 1981 | 284 |

John Baylis | Reflection and an ellipse | Article | Oct 1986 | 190 |

John Baylis | as | Note 69.03 | Mar 1985 | 32 |

John Baylis | A contribution to mathematical evangelism | Article | Dec 1983 | 262 |

John Baylis | Fault lines and the pigeon-hole principle | Note 73.44 | Dec 1989 | 318 |

John Baylis | Reasonable elections don't exist! | Article | Jun 1985 | 95 |

John Baylis & Rod Haggarty | Alice in Inductionland | Article | Jun 1988 | 108 |

A. F. Beardon & I. A. Beardon | Circles, chords and epicycloids | Article | Oct 1989 | 192 |

Tom Beldon | The turning-points of a polynomial | Note 67.36 | Dec 1983 | 286 |

Tom Beldon | Even more about recurring decimals | Note 68.03 | Mar 1984 | 37 |

C. G. H. Belsom | Statistics in mathematics courses at A level | Article | Jun 1988 | 101 |

Harald Bensom | On and | Note 67.01 | Mar 1983 | 43 |

Ladislav Beran | Schemes generating the Fibonacci sequence | Note 70.07 | Mar 1986 | 38 |

Claudio Bernardi & Manuela Moscucci | Investigating some geometrical features of 4-space | Article | Jun 1980 | 90 |

R. Bharath & D. Hofiman | A probability derivation of the formula for combinations | Note 70.21 | Jun 1986 | 138 |

K. A. Bhojane | An apparatus for trisecting an angle | Note 71.40 | Dec 1987 | 299 |

Neil Bibby | A level mathematics: where next? | Article | Jun 1989 | 87 |

Neil Bibby | Quasilogarithms: an approach to the logarithm function | Article | Jun 1986 | 114 |

Neil Bibby & Doug French | Pythagoras extended | Article | Oct 1988 | 184 |

Marion H. Bird | A new look at functions in modular arithmetic | Article | Jun 1980 | 78 |

J. Blair | Multiplication by diagonal matrices | Note 72.34 | Oct 1988 | 228 |

Lynette M. Bloom, G. A. Comber & J. M. Cross | Two important limits via the computer | Article | Oct 1985 | 178 |

Jonas Bogoshi, Kevin Naidoo & John Webb | The oldest mathematical artefact | Note 71.36 | Dec 1987 | 294 |

R. A. B. Bond | An alternative proof of the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus | Note 65.42 | Dec 1981 | 288 |

Ian J. M. Booth & Andrew D. Booth | Fisher's exact probability test: the calculations | Note 67.22 | Jun 1983 | 131 |

Ian J. M. Booth & Andrew D. Booth | An interesting determinant | Note 68.38 | Dec 1984 | 281 |

Donald Bousfield | The construction of an approximately regular -gon | Note 66.35 | Oct 1982 | 229 |

J. N. Boyd & P. N. Raychowdhury | Applications of extended convex coordinates | Article | Oct 1987 | 209 |

J. N. Boyd, R. W. Farley & P. N. Raychowdhury | Loci and rolling circles | Article | Dec 1988 | 301 |

C. J. Bradley | Triangular numbers and sums of squares | Article | Dec 1988 | 297 |

C. J. Bradley | Another line of centres of a triangle | Note 73.12 | Mar 1989 | 44 |

Christopher Bradley | The absolute correlation coefficient | Article | Mar 1985 | 12 |

Christopher Bradley | Confusing quadratics | Note 71.01 | Mar 1987 | 37 |

Christopher Bradley | Kendall's correlation coefficient revisited | Note 68.32 | Oct 1984 | 214 |

Christopher Bradley | The left-over matches | Article | Mar 1984 | 1 |

Christopher Bradley | The location of twin primes | Note 67.39 | Dec 1983 | 292 |

Christopher Bradley | A theorem concerning rational approximation to | Note 67.32 | Oct 1983 | 226 |

John Brandon | Simple harmonic (?) motion | Note 71.43 | Dec 1987 | 304 |

M. N. Brearley | Motor cycle long jump | Article | Oct 1981 | 167 |

Keith Briggs | The billiard equations | Note 72.29 | Oct 1988 | 217 |

W. J. Brooks & L. P. Hughston | A problem in squash strategy | Article | Jun 1988 | 92 |

A. Brown | Doubling the area of a table | Note 71.28 | Oct 1987 | 223 |

A. Brown | By-passing an awkward turning | Note 64.20 | Dec 1980 | 273 |

A. Brown | Trigonometric ratios in surd form | Note 68.09 | Mar 1984 | 48 |

Wm. P. Brown | The differentiation of sine and cosine | Note 68.41 | Dec 1984 | 285 |

Ian Bruce | Drug levels in the body | Article | Jun 1984 | 91 |

Ian Bruce | Binomial identities | Note 65.38 | Dec 1981 | 282 |

Ian Bruce | A means generated iteration for cube roots | Note 64.07 | Jun 1980 | 122 |

Ian Bruce | An algebra of colour | Note 70.47 | Dec 1986 | 300 |

J. W. Bruce & P. J. Giblin | What is an envelope? | Article | Oct 1981 | 186 |

V. W. Bryant | An iterative process: the goat's share revisited | Note 65.23 | Jun 1981 | 137 |

V. W. Bryant | Which is bigger or (revisited) | Note 71.26 | Oct 1987 | 220 |

V. W. Bryant | The course of true love | Note 71.19 | Jun 1987 | 135 |

Victor Bryant | Who reads the Gazette ? (editorial) | Article | Jun 1980 | 77 |

Stephen Buckley | A note on the ring axioms | Note 68.33 | Oct 1984 | 215 |

Stephen Buckley & Desmond MacHale | Dividing an angle into equal parts | Article | Mar 1985 | 9 |

F. J. Budden | The stresses in a uniform circular ring subject to symmetric radial loading | Article | Jun 1983 | 93 |

F. J. Budden | A geometric interpretation of a log inequality | Note 64.22 | Dec 1980 | 276 |

F. J. Budden | Donald Henry Halfpenny | Obituary | Dec 1985 | 298 |

Frank Budden | Cayley graphs for some well-known groups | Article | Dec 1985 | 271 |

Frank Budden | Some connected problems on probability | Article | Mar 1982 | 4 |

Frank Budden | Throwing non-cubical dice | Note 64.17 | Oct 1980 | 196 |

Frank Budden | Accuracy is a virtue (Presidential Address) | Article | Oct 1983 | 161 |

Brian D. Bundy & Victor A. Kiri | Problems with curve fitting | Note 70.26 | Jun 1986 | 146 |

David J. Buontempo | The determinant of a skew-symmetric matrix | Note 66.15 | Mar 1982 | 67 |

C. R. Burch | Symmetrical solution of the triangle | Note 67.41 | Dec 1983 | 296 |

B. L. Burrows & R. F. Talbot | The mean deviation | Article | Jun 1985 | 87 |

L. Caccetta & W. D. Wallis | A problem in arrangements | Article | Jun 1984 | 106 |

James J. Callagy | The central angle of the regular 17-gon | Note 67.38 | Dec 1983 | 290 |

Lucilla Cannizzaro & Mauro Carosi | Investigating a non-Euclidean geometry | Article | Jun 1982 | 109 |

Robert Cannon & Stan Dolan | The knight's tour | Article | Jun 1986 | 91 |

K. Capell | Extension of a Greek cube-root device | Note 67.14 | Jun 1983 | 118 |

K. Capell | From pi-less areas to pi | Note 68.39 | Dec 1984 | 283 |

J. Cashdan & M. D. Stern | Forbidden marriages from a woman's angle | Article | Jun 1987 | 100 |

C. P. Chalmers | The lesson of the Langmuir isotherm | Note 71.21 | Jun 1987 | 140 |

Ll. G. Chambers | Those infinite simultaneous equations | Note 67.10 | Mar 1983 | 57 |

Ll. G. Chambers | Spearman's rank correlation coefficient | Note 73.52 | Dec 1989 | 331 |

C. J. Chapman | A problem of unusual gravity | Article | Mar 1983 | 14 |

A. Charnow & E. Charnow | An application of algebra to number theory | Note 69.40 | Dec 1985 | 292 |

Philip Chatwin | Vectors and the geometry of a triangle | Article | Oct 1985 | 197 |

Y. L. Cheung | Why poker is played with five cards | Note 73.42 | Dec 1989 | 313 |

F. Chorlton | A generalisation of the Steiner -Lehmus theorem | Note 69.28 | Oct 1985 | 215 |

F. Chorlton | Elastic impacts at a circular boundary | Article | Oct 1984 | 179 |

F. Chorlton | Summing infinite series by logarithmic differentiation | Note 68.12 | Mar 1984 | 53 |

F. Chorlton | Evaluation of integrals by difference methods | Note 67.23 | Jun 1983 | 133 |

F. Chorlton | Some infinite integrals | Note 64.15 | Oct 1980 | 190 |

F. Chorlton | Evaluation of some finite and infinite products | Note 69.07 | Mar 1985 | 40 |

F. Chorlton | Series involving binomial coefficients | Note 66.30 | Oct 1982 | 221 |

F. Chorlton | A geometrical result established using statics | Note 66.01 | Mar 1982 | 46 |

F. Chorlton | A fixed feature of the mean value theorem | Note 67.04 | Mar 1983 | 49 |

F. Chorlton | Closed curves having constant diameters | Note 70.09 | Mar 1986 | 42 |

F. Chorlton | Area of a spherical cap and a converse result | Note 65.22 | Jun 1981 | 136 |

F. Chorlton | The torus and an associated coordinate system | Note 65.43 | Dec 1981 | 289 |

F. Chorlton | Sub-Pascal | Note 65.29 | Oct 1981 | 202 |

Frank Chorlton | The momental ellipse and its applications | Note 72.32 | Oct 1988 | 223 |

Frank Chorlton | Minimum deviation or a ray of light by a triangular prism | Note 73.37 | Oct 1989 | 227 |

Frank Chorlton | The log route to means and inequalities | Article | Dec 1986 | 266 |

Frank Chorlton | Collapsing a series with an additive | Note 71.09 | Mar 1987 | 56 |

Frank Chorlton | Outpourings from a trigonometric function | Note 71.44 | Dec 1987 | 305 |

M. M. Clark | Successive terms in progressions | Note 70.16 | Jun 1986 | 132 |

J. H. Clarke & A. G. Shannon | A combinatorial approach to Goldbach's conjecture | Note 67.02 | Mar 1983 | 44 |

L. E. Clarke | Integration under the integral sign again | Note 69.22 | Jun 1985 | 131 |

R. I. Clarke | A limacon property | Note 70.48 | Dec 1986 | 302 |

Robert Clarke | Some triangle identities | Article | Oct 1986 | 211 |

David Clegg & Victor Bryant | Some sequences by inverse iteration | Article | Dec 1986 | 262 |

Frank Clifford | More on drivers' blind spots | Note 73.18 | Jun 1989 | 120 |

Frank Clifford | Applications of the scalar product | Note 73.40 | Oct 1989 | 231 |

Peter B. Coaker | Why teach mathematics? (1985 Presidential Address) | Article | Oct 1985 | 161 |

R. B. Coates | The dimension of the space of magic squares | Note 67.46 | Dec 1983 | 303 |

Clifford C. Cocks | Forecasting football results - 2 | Note 66.08 | Mar 1982 | 57 |

J. R. Coggins | Constructing the centroid of a polygon | Note 72.26 | Oct 1988 | 211 |

A. M. Cohen | Summation of certain -series | Article | Oct 1983 | 180 |

A. M. Cohen | Approximating square roots and cube roots | Note 67.30 | Oct 1983 | 221 |

Alan M. Cohen | Determination of the characteristic equation of a matrix | Note 66.54 | Dec 1982 | 317 |

Graeme L. Cohen | Even perfect numbers | Note 65.01 | Mar 1981 | 28 |

Robert Colegrave | Binomial expansions as a source of rapidly convergent series | Article | Jun 1982 | 125 |

J. P. Coleman | Divergence rules OK ? | Article | Oct 1980 | 180 |

John P. Coleman & Michael J. Coleman | A dipstick problem | Note 73.31 | Oct 1989 | 214 |

C. D. Collinson | Linear approximation and school mechanics | Article | Mar 1986 | 18 |

D. Colwell, J. R. Gillett & B. C. Jones | A series summed | Note 70.02 | Mar 1986 | 31 |

D. J. Colwell & J. R. Gillett | The expected length of a tournament final | Note 71.17 | Jun 1987 | 129 |

D. J. Colwell & J. R. Gillett | Spearman versus Kendall | Note 66.49 | Dec 1982 | 307 |

D. J. Colwell & J. R. Gillett | A truncated geometric distribution | Note 73.53 | Dec 1989 | 332 |

D. J. Colwell & J. R. Gillett | Is goal scoring a Poisson process? | Note 65.02 | Mar 1981 | 30 |

D. J. Colwell & J. R. Gillett | Powers of | Article | Oct 1983 | 177 |

D. J. Colwell & J. R. Gillett | The random nature of cricket and football results | Note 66.17 | Jun 1982 | 137 |

D. J. Colwell & J. R. Gillett | One hundred matches of England v Scotland | Note 67.13 | Jun 1983 | 116 |

D. J. Colwell & J. R. Gillett | Beating the expected number | Note 73.10 | Mar 1989 | 40 |

D. J. Colwell, J. R. Gillett & B. C. Jones | The expected length of a starting procedure | Note 72.30 | Oct 1988 | 218 |

D. J. Colwell, J. R. Gillett & B. C. Jones | Equal probability Bemoulli Trials | Note 71.34 | Oct 1987 | 233 |

D. J. Colwell & J. R. Gillett | A method of summing generalised arithmetic-geometric series | Note 70.36 | Oct 1986 | 225 |

D. J. Colwell, J. R. Gillett & S. I. E. Green | A problem associated with fitting straight lines to data | Note 69.20 | Jun 1985 | 125 |

D. L. Colwell & J. R. Gillett | Runs in Bernoulli trials | Article | Oct 1984 | 196 |

Derek Colwell & Jack Gillett | The addition formula for sine | Article | Oct 1989 | 197 |

D. J. Colwell, J. R. Gillett & P. L. B. Worthington | Illustrating the central limit theorem | Note 71.41 | Dec 1987 | 300 |

Freda Conway | Mathematics and the less exact sciences | Article | Mar 1983 | 29 |

Ian Cook | Formula for by diagrams or vectors | Note 72.07 | Mar 1988 | 38 |

Ian Cook | Newton's 'experimental' law of impacts | Article | Jun 1986 | 107 |

Ian Cook | Great circles | Article | Oct 1982 | 215 |

Ian Cook | Geometry for a carpenter in 1800 | Note 65.25 | Oct 1981 | 193 |

Ian Cook & Stan Dolan | A note on symmetric quartics | Note 72.42 | Dec 1988 | 317 |

J. Cooper & P. A. Firby | Vector fields on the school computer | Article | Oct 1987 | 202 |

Michael Cornelius | Magic squares | Note 72.10 | Mar 1988 | 43 |

Michael Cornelius | The mathematical background of mathematics graduates and undergraduates | Article | Dec 1984 | 261 |

H. S. M. Coxeter | Rational spherical triangles | Note 66.21 | Jun 1982 | 145 |

Tony Crilly | From fixed point to continued fractions | Article | Mar 1989 | 16 |

Tony Crilly | Tile factory | Article | Dec 1987 | 255 |

Tony Crilly | Say it with numbers | Article | Jun 1988 | 85 |

Tony Crilly | Double sequences of positive integers | Article | Dec 1985 | 263 |

Tony Crilly | Vandermonde by routes in grids | Note 70.22 | Jun 1986 | 139 |

Tony Crilly | Another shoal of irrationals | Note 70.30 | Oct 1986 | 218 |

Tony Crilly | Half-determinants: an historical note | Note 66.53 | Dec 1982 | 316 |

Tony Crilly | Sine-posts: a close-up view | Note 72.02 | Mar 1988 | 32 |

Tony Crilly | The harmonic hurdler | Article | Oct 1989 | 281 |

Tony Crilly | Plane surveying | Article | Oct 1984 | 172 |

Tony Crilly & Huw Jones | New angles on an old theorem | Article | Mar 1988 | 19 |

Tony Crilly & Shekhar Nandy | The birthday problem for boys and girls | Article | Mar 1987 | 19 |

Tony Crilly & Stanley Millward | Sums of powers of integers - a general method | Article | Oct 1988 | 205 |

Tony Crilly & Stephen Suen | An improbable game of darts | Article | Jun 1987 | 97 |

D. Culpin | More parametric curves | Note 69.05 | Mar 1985 | 37 |

H. Martyn Cundy | : an investigation | Note 71.18 | Jun 1987 | 131 |

H. Martyn Cundy | The centre of Britain (1) Meriden and Allendale-where is the hub? | Article | Mar 1989 | 6 |

H. Martyn Cundy | Bending the sheet | Note 72.27 | Oct 1988 | 212 |

H. Martyn Cundy | More pi-less areas | Note 66.10 | Mar 1982 | 59 |

H. Martyn Cundy | The significance of those insignificant digits | Article | Oct 1983 | 172 |

H. Martyn Cundy | A direct proof of Morley's theorem | Article | Jun 1984 | 112 |

H. Martyn Cundy & Richard W. Hogg | Hooke's joint and the Avignon sundial | Article | Mar 1984 | 26 |

M. D. Dampier | The intersection of planes | Note 68.43 | Dec 1984 | 288 |

H. B. Davies | Triple scalar products | Note 71.38 | Dec 1987 | 295 |

John Deft | The trouble with asymptotes | Note 72.31 | Oct 1988 | 221 |

Brian Denton | Roots of unity revisited! | Article | Mar 1985 | 17 |

D. Desbrow | Sums of integer powers | Article | Jun 1982 | 97 |

Darrell Desbrow | Sums of squares: two postscripts | Note 67.27 | Oct 1983 | 212 |

Stefan Desmet & Ronald Rousseau | The area of the hexagon of centroids | Note 70.18 | Jun 1986 | 134 |

Duane Detemple | Applications of Euler's formula to partition problems | Article | Jun 1987 | 104 |

Stan Dolan | : a question of continuity | Note 66.52 | Dec 1982 | 314 |

A. J. Douglas | A generalisation of Apollonius' theorem | Article | Mar 1981 | 19 |

Frank Downton | A statistical paradox | Article | Dec 1983 | 273 |

J. E. Drummond | On stacking bricks to achieve a large overhang | Note 65.08 | Mar 1981 | 40 |

J. E. Drummond | Finding factor using the 1 and 3 times tables | Note 64.13 | Oct 1980 | 188 |

J. E. Drummond | Why does a high jump cross bar fall off'? | Article | Oct 1981 | 182 |

J. E. Drummond | Space filling with identical symmetrical solids | Article | Jun 1984 | 104 |

J. E. Drummond | The mathematics of scout's pace | Article | Oct 1986 | 185 |

Trevor Easingwood | Random triangles | Article | Dec 1981 | 245 |

Robert Eastaway | Solving Fermat by format? | Note 65.26 | Oct 1981 | 195 |

S. B. Edgar | An unreliable D-operator short-cut | Note 71.06 | Mar 1987 | 50 |

S. B. Edgar | Planetary orbits and approximations | Article | Jun 1987 | 114 |

A. W. F. Edwards | Sums of powers of integers: a little of the history | Article | Mar 1982 | 22 |

Richard Ehrenborg | Heron's formula from a Pythagoras-type theorem | Note 68.18 | Jun 1984 | 124 |

David Ellard | Poly-iamond enumeration | Note 66.51 | Dec 1982 | 310 |

J. R. Ellis | The computation of prime numbers by Gandhi's formula for the th prime | Note 65.33 | Oct 1981 | 212 |

L. E. Ellis | The diagonals of a cyclic quadrilateral | Note 71.31 | Oct 1987 | 228 |

Paul Ernest | Mathematical induction: a recurring theme | Article | Jun 1982 | 120 |

Paul Ernest | Two thoughts on equivalence relations | Note 68.17 | Jun 1984 | 122 |

T. C. Everton | The case for process modules in Mathematics 16-19 | Article | Dec 1988 | 287 |

A. Fearnehough, D. Orton & F. Chorlton | Some more integrals | Note 73.45 | Dec 1989 | 320 |

A. Fearnehough, T. Nakazawa, M. Behrend, M. Davies | Tantalising arctan | Article | Oct 1989 | 292 |

David S. Fielker | Investigational work at A level | Article | Mar 1985 | 5 |

H. M. Finucan | 1729 and all that | Note 66.09 | Mar 1982 | 58 |

P. A. Firby | Controlling interference in graphics | Article | Jun 1987 | 118 |

P. A. Firby & C. F. Gardiner | A plane introduction to surfaces | Article | Mar 1983 | 20 |

A. D. Fitt | What they don't teach you about integration at school | Article | Mar 1988 | 11 |

A. Fitzgerald | Take an A level question . . . | Article | Mar 1980 | 1 |

Patrick Fitzpatrick | Generating and enumerating magic squares | Article | Dec 1985 | 357 |

Colin Fletcher | Thales - our founder? | Article | Dec 1982 | 266 |

Colin R. Fletcher | Elections and swings | Article | Mar 1987 | 1 |

Colin R. Fletcher | Limits of interest | Article | Dec 1980 | 227 |

Colin R. Fletcher | Rings of small order | Article | Mar 1980 | 9 |

Colin R. Fletcher | A plea for simpler theorems | Article | Dec 1984 | 247 |

J. S. Fowlie | Masses in a plane represented by equations | Note 70.11 | Mar 1986 | 45 |

M. D. Fox | Peasant Nim and Boolean Nim | Note 66.44 | Dec 1982 | 302 |

M. D. Fox | Summing series with Simpson's rule | Note 67.06 | Mar 1983 | 52 |

Michael Fox | Quick Padé approximations | Article | Mar 1985 | 21 |

Kevin Fraher & Desmond MacHale | Operations distributive over each other | Note 71.32 | Oct 1987 | 229 |

Doug French | An application to archery | Note 68.24 | Oct 1984 | 199 |

Daniel Friesner | The volume of a cone | Note 70.44 | Dec 1986 | 295 |

Tat-Sang Fung | A colourful path | Article | Oct 1989 | 186 |

Fergus J. Gaines | The mathematics of borrowing money | Article | Mar 1986 | 14 |

M. G. Gant | Harmonical e: a class investigation | Note 71.42 | Dec 1987 | 301 |

A. Gardiner | Digital roots, rings and clock arithmetic | Article | Oct 1982 | 184 |

A. Gardiner | Note 67.05 | Mar 1983 | 50 | |

Tony Gardiner | Self-descriptive lists - a short investigation | Article | Mar 1984 | 5 |

Tony Gardiner | Elegant triangles | Note 68.30 | Oct 1984 | 210 |

Tony Gardiner | Mathematical method: does it exist? | Article | Dec 1987 | 265 |

Tony Gardiner | The Fibonacci spiral | Note 68.15 | Jun 1984 | 120 |

Tony Gardiner | Stamps, coins and beer | Article | Dec 1981 | 239 |

Tony Gardiner | Infinite processes in elementary mathematics: how much should we tell the children ? | Article | Jun 1985 | 77 |

R. H. Garstang | Triangles in a triangle | Note 70.38 | Dec 1986 | 288 |

L. W. Gates | Summing square roots | Article | Jun 1980 | 86 |

N. Gauthier | Evaluating the probability integral | Note 72.22 | Jun 1988 | 124 |

N. Gauthier | Sums of the type | Note 72.35 | Oct 1988 | 229 |

N. Gauthier & J. R. Gosselin | Ohmy sequences | Note 72.41 | Dec 1988 | 315 |

F. Gerrish | A useless formula ? | Note 64.02 | Mar 1980 | 52 |

F. Gerrish | Reduction of a square matrix to triangular form | Article | Dec 1980 | 266 |

F. Gerrish | Factorisation of | Note 70.27 | Jun 1986 | 150 |

F. Gerrish | Scalar triple and deteminantal products | Note 72.40 | Dec 1988 | 314 |

P. J. Giblin | Parallels | Article | Mar 1982 | 28 |

John Gilder | Venn diagrams and grazing goats | Note 73.08 | Mar 1989 | 36 |

J. Gilder | On a sample NMC question | Note 73.30 | Oct 1989 | 213 |

J. Gilder | Rooks inviolate revisited | Note 68.46 | Dec 1984 | 293 |

J. Gilder | Rooks inviolate revisited II | Note 70.10 | Mar 1986 | 44 |

John Gilder | On : exercises in induction | Note 68.29 | Oct 1984 | 208 |

John Gilder | On buying postage stamps | Article | Jun 1987 | 110 |

John Gilder | Integer-sided triangles with an angle of | Article | Dec 1982 | 261 |

Alan Girling | Accelerating the convergence of an alternating series | Article | Oct 1983 | 173 |

P. Glaister | An aspect of the ratio theorem | Note 73.33 | Oct 1989 | 219 |

P. Glaister | A matrix look at hyperbolic functions | Note 73.48 | Dec 1989 | 326 |

P. Glaister | Products of vectors revisited | Note 72.12 | Mar 1988 | 48 |

P. Glaister | Some observations on the binomial coefficients | Note 73.43 | Dec 1989 | 315 |

P. Glaister | A limit obtained from applied mathematics | Note 73.03 | Mar 1989 | 31 |

P. Glaister | The transition from the finite to infinite binomial expansions | Note 73.38 | Oct 1989 | 228 |

J. A. Glenn | Einstein and the art of coarse mathematics | Article | Mar 1982 | 38 |

J. R. Goggins | Perimeter bisectors | Note 70.17 | Jun 1986 | 133 |

Colin Goldsmith | Trig differentiation in degrees | Note 70.37 | Dec 1986 | 286 |

P. Goodwin | A polyhedral series or two | Article | Oct 1985 | 191 |

Jim Gowers, Graham Davis & Elizabeth Miles | Sequences of averages | Article | Oct 1986 | 200 |

M. A. Grant | Approximating square roots | Note 66.36 | Oct 1982 | 230 |

M. A.Grant | A locus problem | Article | Jun 1985 | 91 |

I. Grattan-Guinness & Paul Holliman | Undergraduate mathematics for the blind | Article | Jun 1983 | 77 |

Jerome D. Green | To compute sum of integers raised to powers | Note 68.37 | Dec 1984 | 278 |

Raymond Greenwell | The game of Diffy | Note 73.35 | Oct 1989 | 222 |

D. H. Griffel | More mathematical billiards | Note 73.17 | Jun 1989 | 118 |

J. S. Griffith | Decomposition of functions. 2. Some approaches to the general problem | Article | Jun 1980 | 116 |

David Griffiths | Uniform distributions and random triangles | Article | Mar 1983 | 38 |

H. B. Griffiths | Triangles of triangles | Article | Mar 1981 | 10 |

David Grifiiths | Wife swapping: an alternative approach | Note 70.31 | Oct 1986 | 219 |

A. H. R. Grimsey & G. D. Entwisle | Circus triangles | Note 71.03 | Mar 1987 | 41 |

Clive J. Grimstone | A product of cosines | Note 64.06 | Jun 1980 | 120 |

Branko Grünbaum & G. C. Shephard | A dual for Descartes' theorem on polyhedra | Article | Oct 1987 | 214 |

Branko Grünbaum & G. C. Shephard | Space filling with identical symmetrical solids | Note 69.14 | Jun 1985 | 117 |

G. Haigh | The glass rod problem | Note 65.06 | Mar 1981 | 37 |

Gordon Haigh | Cross sections and minimal surface area | Note 69.17 | Jun 1985 | 122 |

Gordon Haigh | Another proof that | Note 68.01 | Mar 1984 | 36 |

Gordon Haigh | Another set of glass rods | Note 67.29 | Oct 1983 | 218 |

Gordon Haigh | PAN: parameter analysis | Note 67.44 | Dec 1983 | 300 |

Gordon Haigh | A 'natural' approach to Pick's theorem | Article | Oct 1980 | 173 |

Gordon Haigh & David Pierce Jones | A random polygon and -dimensional volume | Article | Jun 1983 | 89 |

C. R. Haines | A further note on polynomial graphs | Note 64.10 | Jun 1980 | 125 |

C. R. Haines | How many roots are there ? | Note 65.30 | Oct 1981 | 204 |

Chris Haines | A useful group and an uninteresting operation | Article | Mar 1983 | 1 |

D. J. Hand | An applicable theorem in matrix algebra | Note 67.11 | Mar 1983 | 58 |

S. Handwich | Buffon inverted | Article | Oct 1983 | 203 |

Sven Ove Hannson | Solving problems of liars and truth-tellers | Note 67.26 | Oct 1983 | 210 |

Sven Ove Hannson | (Postscript) | Note 67.26 | Oct 1983 | 228 |

Paula M. J. Harris | Tree alignments in a regular plantation | Note 71.10 | Mar 1987 | 58 |

David Harrison & Nick Lord | A fractal paradox | Note 73.58 | Dec 1989 | 338 |

V. G. Hart | A Greek cube-root device | Note 66.40 | Dec 1982 | 294 |

Matthew Hazzard (VIth Former) | An unusual derivation of and | Note 73.51 | Dec 1989 | 330 |

John Hersee | A level mathematics problems | Article | Jun 1984 | 81 |

Aparna W. Higgins | A little algebraic equivalence | Note 73.06 | Mar 1989 | 34 |

Stan Higgins, K. R. McLean et al | Note 66.02 | Mar 1982 | 47 | |

I. D. Hill | Which is bigger - or ? | Note 70.20 | Jun 1986 | 137 |

Ray Hill | Counting non-overlapping pairs | Note 73.19 | Jun 1989 | 120 |

Ann Hirst | Roll-a-penny probabilities | Article | Jun 1989 | 101 |

Keith Hirst | Composite functions and graph sketching | Note 72.16 | Jun 1988 | 114 |

G. T. Q. Hoare & E. E. Wright | The distribution of first significant digits | Note 70.05 | Mar 1986 | 34 |

Graham Hoare | Regenerative powers of rabbits | Note 73.56 | Dec 1989 | 336 |

Graham Hoare | Kepler and averages | Note 66.38 | Oct 1982 | 233 |

Graham Hoare | Evolute as envelope | Note 70.49 | Dec 1986 | 303 |

Graham Hoare | Rational approximation to - an investigation | Note 67.31 | Oct 1983 | 223 |

Larry Hoehn | A simple generalisation of Ceva's theorem | Note 73.21 | Jun 1989 | 126 |

R. W. Hogg | Equal bisectors revisited | Note 66.48 | Dec 1982 | 304 |

Richard Hogg | More of Morley | Note 67.03 | Mar 1983 | 46 |

Philip Holgate | Summation of factorial series by the Egyptians | Note 72.09 | Mar 1988 | 41 |

Eric Holland | The factorisation of quadratic functions | Note 66.23 | Jun 1982 | 149 |

C. R. Holmes | One parabola or many ? | Note 73.46 | Dec 1989 | 323 |

D. F. Holt | Loss of energy | Note 67.15 | Jun 1983 | 121 |

Graham Howlett et al. | Consecutive heads and Fibonacci | Note 69.25 | Oct 1985 | 208 |

Geoffrey Howson | Research in mathematics education | Article | Dec 1988 | 265 |

Geoffrey Howson | New challenges (The 1989 - Presidential address) | Article | Oct 1989 | 175 |

Geoffrey Howson | Elizabeth M. Williams | Obituary | Dec 1986 | 307 |

Yuan-Hsi Hsu & Pamela G. Parrott | A matrix multiplication check | Note 65.18 | Jun 1981 | 128 |

Stephen Humble | Solving equations by power series | Note 65.10 | Mar 1981 | 44 |

Mike Humphries | Venn diagrams using convex sets | Note 71.11 | Mar 1987 | 59 |

W. Hunter Watson | A trigonometric howler | Note 65.15 | Jun 1981 | 122 |

O. Iden | A sum from an integral | Note 68.10 | Mar 1984 | 51 |

P. Ivady | An application of the mean value theorem | Note 67.18 | Jun 1983 | 126 |

Margaret Jackson | Complex numbers and Pythagorean triples | Note 71.15 | Jun 1987 | 127 |

T. A. S. Jackson | The vector triple product: an alterative proof | Note 66.39 | Oct 1982 | 236 |

Thomas Jahnke | Those logarithmic inequalities again | Note 65.19 | Jun 1981 | 130 |

A. K. Jobbings | A polyhedron and its volume | Note 68.34 | Oct 1984 | 216 |

Ken Johnson | Choice of programming language for schools - (2) | Article | Dec 1988 | 291 |

P. T. Johnston | A matrix limit - (2) | Note 68.06 | Mar 1984 | 44 |

David Pierce Jones | Some more connected problems in probability | Article | Mar 1983 | 18 |

Stephen Jones | Two parodies of proofs with infinity | Note 72.06 | Mar 1988 | 36 |

Stephen Jones | A sequence and series example | Note 72.43 | Dec 1988 | 318 |

Ralph Jordinson | The Edinburgh walk-in Numeracy Centre | Article | Jun 1986 | 100 |

Ken Jukes | Analysing stock control models without calculus | Note 66.37 | Oct 1982 | 232 |

A. H. Kalantar | Which straight-line representation for ? | Note 70.51 | Dec 1986 | 305 |

Dan Kalman | Curvilinear regression and average temperatures | Note 66.26 | Jun 1982 | 154 |

Ramesh Kapadia | Forecasting football results - 1 | Note 66.07 | Mar 1982 | 55 |

T. A. Kasinski & V. W. Brymt | Diagonomials | Article | Mar 1983 | 6 |

A. D. Keedwell | Designing tournaments | Article | Dec 1984 | 265 |

Francis Kellaway | Winifred & Theodore Combridge | Obituary | Dec 1987 | 307 |

C. W. Kilmister | Zeno, Aristotle, Weyl and Shuard: two-and-a-half millenia of worries (Presidential address) | Article | Oct 1980 | 149 |

A. C. King | Integration under the integral sign | Note 68.21 | Jun 1984 | 131 |

A. C. King | Some inequalities for factorials | Note 68.28 | Oct 1984 | 206 |

M. S. Klamkin | An algebraic theorem related to the theory of relativity | Note 66.27 | Jun 1982 | 156 |

Duane Kouba | A closer look at an old favourite | Note 73.32 | Oct 1989 | 217 |

Allan Kroopnick | Double your money | Note 65.40 | Dec 1981 | 286 |

Kuldeep Kumar | Approximate integration by best fit | Article | Mar 1985 | 25 |

Basil Landau | A parabola specially related to the exponential curve | Note 64.21 | Dec 1980 | 274 |

Gilbert Laporte, Roch Ouellet & Francois Lefebvre | A paradox in elementary probability theory | Note 64.03 | Mar 1980 | 53 |

Mogens Esrom Larsen | Pell's equation: a tool for the puzzle-smith | Article | Dec 1987 | 261 |

D. F. Lawden | Pseudo-random sequence loops | Note 68.04 | Mar 1984 | 39 |

G. H. Lawden | Two related triangle maximization problems | Article | Jun 1982 | 116 |

G. H. Lawden | Envelope of Simpson lines | Note 69.42 | Dec 1985 | 296 |

Denis Lawson | Super-Pascal | Article | Oct 1980 | 177 |

Paul Lazenby | Confidence intervals: a computer approach | Article | Mar 1986 | 23 |

Tom Leddy | Annihilation operators | Note 66.22 | Jun 1982 | 148 |

Tom Leddy | Domino spots | Note 66.11 | Mar 1982 | 60 |

Bill Leonard & Harris S. Schultz | A computer verification of a pretty mathematical result | Article | Mar 1988 | 7 |

William A. Leonard & Harris S. Schultz | Two surprising limits | Note 66.31 | Oct 1982 | 223 |

G. Levy | Inelastic projectives in a resistive medium | Note 72.21 | Jun 1988 | 122 |

Robert Li | An easier series counter-example | Note 70.32 | Oct 1986 | 220 |

Hans Liebeck | Introducing hyperbolic functions | Note 71.08 | Mar 1987 | 55 |

Hans Liebeck | The limit of | Note 68.40 | Dec 1984 | 284 |

Gao Ling | Geometric and arithmetic means again | Note 69.06 | Mar 1985 | 39 |

J.F. Ling | The variation in the length of daylight | Article | Dec 1989 | 302 |

Matthew Linton | A singular impact? | Article | Oct 1988 | 202 |

Margaret Little | A rational spherical triangle | Note 65.24 | Jun 1981 | 139 |

E. Keith Lloyd | Mr Peter Nicholson, the practical builder and mathematician | Article | Oct 1982 | 203 |

E. Keith Lloyd | How many bingo cards are there ? | Article | Mar 1985 | 1 |

E. Keith Lloyd | Dangerous loads and lattices | Article | Dec 1984 | 239 |

Phil Locke | Gibbs' proof of the vector product distributive law | Note 64.09 | Jun 1980 | 124 |

Calvin T. Long | Strike it out - add it up | Article | Dec 1982 | 273 |

N. J. Lord | Isosceles subdivision of triangles | Note 66.16 | Jun 1982 | 136 |

N. J. Lord | The dimension of the space of magic squares | Article | Oct 1982 | 199 |

N. J. Lord | The birthday distribution: a quick approximation | Note 68.26 | Oct 1984 | 203 |

N. J. Lord | The irrationality of e and others | Note 69.27 | Oct 1985 | 213 |

N. J. Lord | Maximisation problems concerning right-angled bends | Note 70.34 | Oct 1986 | 221 |

Nick Lord | More moments of inertia without integration | Note 73.22 | Jun 1989 | 127 |

Nick Lord | The normal approximation to the binomial | Note 69.13 | Jun 1985 | 116 |

Nick Lord | Complex numbers and Machin-type formulae for pi | Note 73.14 | Mar 1989 | 47 |

Nick Lord | The distance of a point from a line | Note 73.15 | Jun 1989 | 115 |

Nick Lord | Nets and tabs | Article | Jun 1989 | 93 |

Nick Lord | Subdividing hypercubes | Note 72.11 | Mar 1988 | 47 |

Nick Lord | An -dimensional vector proof for £ (!!) | Note 72.04 | Mar 1988 | 33 |

Nick Lord & David Wells | A circular tour of some circle theorems | Article | Oct 1989 | 188 |

E. R. Love | Those logarithm inequalities! | Note 67.08 | Mar 1983 | 54 |

E. R. Love | Some logarithm inequalities | Note 64.04 | Mar 1980 | 55 |

E. R. Love | Repaying a loan by instalments | Note 64.05 | Mar 1980 | 57 |

Anthony Lo Bello | An unlikely history story | Note 70.39 | Dec 1986 | 289 |

T. N. Lucas | Numerical inversion of proper rational Laplace transforms | Note 73.13 | Mar 1989 | 45 |

Roger Luther | A surprising equilibrium | Note 68.20 | Jun 1984 | 128 |

A. R. G. MacDivitt & Yukio Yanagisaw | An elementary proof that e is irrational | Note 71.24 | Oct 1987 | 217 |

Alastair MacDougall | A matrix-generated iteration for cube roots | Note 66.24 | Jun 1982 | 150 |

Desmond MacHale | A Pythagorean geometric surprise | Note 70.43 | Dec 1986 | 294 |

Desmond MacHale | That 3-4-5 triangle again | Article | Mar 1989 | 14 |

Desmond MacHale | Some lesser known irrational numbers | Note 67.34 | Dec 1983 | 282 |

Desmond MacHale | Constructing integer angles | Note 66.20 | Jun 1982 | 144 |

Desmond MacHale & Micheal O. Searcoid | A commutativity theorem for any associative operation | Note 70.35 | Oct 1986 | 223 |

A. G. Mackie | A conservation theorem for colliding snooker balls | Article | Jun 1989 | 96 |

D. Mackie & T. Scott | Pitfalls in the use of computers for the Newton-Raphson method | Article | Dec 1985 | 252 |

Form 2Mr & Nick MacKinnon | Simple Boolean algebra for GCSE | Note 73.49 | Dec 1989 | 327 |

Nick MacKinnon | Four routes to matrix roots | Note 73.25 | Jun 1989 | 135 |

Nick MacKinnon | Perimeter = area | Note 70.04 | Mar 1986 | 34 |

Nick MacKinnon | Prime number formulae | Article | Jun 1987 | 113 |

Nick MacKinnon | The 'Alias Smith and Jones' poker problem | Note 70.19 | Jun 1986 | 136 |

Nick MacKinnon | Different samples with equal means and variance | Note 73.24 | Jun 1989 | 134 |

Nick MacKinnon | What do you do about ? | Article | Jun 1989 | 107 |

Nick MacKinnon | How many times does go into | Article | Oct 1986 | 203 |

Nick MacKinnon | The quadratic alphabet | Note 72.38 | Dec 1988 | 310 |

Nick MacKinnon | What do you do about the chain rule ? | Note 73.41 | Oct 1989 | 234 |

Nick MacKinnon | The Steiner point | Article | Dec 1989 | 310 |

Nick MacKinnon | The centre of Britain (2) Walking the watershed | Article | Mar 1989 | 10 |

Nick MacKinnon | Cayley's theorem and a method for approximating e | Article | Dec 1988 | 293 |

Nick MacKinnon | Modulo groups | Article | Oct 1988 | 191 |

Nick MacKinnon | Quasi-primes and the Goldbach conjecture | Article | Jun 1988 | 103 |

Nick MacKinnon | Cracking the knapsack code | Article | Oct 1989 | 206 |

Nick MacKinnon | The razor problem | Note 73.07 | Mar 1989 | 35 |

Nick MacKinnon | An algebraic tiling proof | Note 73.28 | Oct 1989 | 210 |

Nick MacKinnon | Reprofiling a salary scale | Note 71.33 | Oct 1987 | 230 |

Nick MacKinnon & 4Mg | Centre of mass by linear transformations | Note 72.05 | Mar 1988 | 34 |

Nick MacKinnon & John Eastmond | An attack on the Erdos conjecture | Article | Mar 1987 | 14 |

Nick MacKinnon & Nick Lord | Sums equal to products | Article | Mar 1986 | 21 |

R. H. MacMillan | The Milton Keynes-labyrinth | Note 72.44 | Dec 1988 | 319 |

R. H. Macmillan | Bouncing balls | Article | Jun 1982 | 104 |

D. S. MacNab | Cyclic polygons and related questions | Article | Mar 1981 | 22 |

Donald Macnab | The Euler line and where it led to | Article | Jun 1984 | 95 |

John MacNeill | A vector method | Note 71.22 | Jun 1987 | 143 |

John MacNeill | Some properties of powers of matrices | Article | Jun 1988 | 89 |

John MacNeill | Those 'interesting coefficients' | Note 71.37 | Dec 1987 | 295 |

P. J. Maher, D. N. Smith & R. C. Gupta | Some integrals | Note 72.08 | Mar 1988 | 39 |

Philip Maher | Jensen's inequality by differentiation | Note 73.27 | Jun 1989 | 139 |

P. L. Manley | The size of an effective committee | Note 70.13 | Jun 1986 | 128 |

J. Margetson & R. Buckingham | The ten-point circle | Note 73.11 | Mar 1989 | 41 |

B. Martin | Non-uniqueness in a physical problem | Note 67.24 | Jun 1983 | 136 |

B. Martin & F. Chorlton | A vectorial investigation of a geometrical problem | Note 67.43 | Dec 1983 | 299 |

Barry Martin | Chebyshev and Pell | Note 69.37 | Dec 1985 | 288 |

Barry Martin | Patterns arising from non-linear iteration | Note 70.23 | Jun 1986 | 140 |

John H. Mason | Open University sixth-form conferences | Article | Oct 1984 | 186 |

K. C. May | An exercise in polar coordinates | Note 65.35 | Dec 1981 | 277 |

K. May | Some more Fibonacci matrices | Note 68.07 | Mar 1984 | 45 |

D. P. McCarthy | Stonehenge and pi | Note 71.35 | Dec 1987 | 293 |

Patrick J. McCarthy | Decomposition of functions. 1. Functional th roots of unity | Article | Jun 1980 | 107 |

J. J. McCutcheon & D. O. Forfar | On a certain diophantine equation. Or Zinc tax, and where it led | Article | Dec 1986 | 260 |

T. P. McDonough | Two group isomorphisms and a little projective geometry | Article | Dec 1980 | 245 |

T. P. McDonough | A non-square invertible matrix | Note 69.29 | Oct 1985 | 216 |

J. M. McGough | A property of determinants | Note 70.15 | Jun 1986 | 130 |

J. J. McGregor & A. H. Watt | PASCAL rules O.K.? | Article | Oct 1981 | 171 |

Michael D. McKay & Michael S. Waterman | Self-descriptive strings | Article | Mar 1982 | 1 |

R. McLaughlin | Sequences-some properties by matrix methods | Note 64.25 | Dec 1980 | 281 |

K. R. McLean | So you think you can solve simultaneous equations? | Note 66.03 | Mar 1982 | 48 |

K. Robin McLean | Heronian triangles are almost everywhere | Note 72.13 | Mar 1988 | 49 |

K. Robin McLean | Centres of mass and iteration | Note 73.02 | Mar 1989 | 29 |

K. Robin McLean | Constructing rational angles | Note 67.19 | Jun 1983 | 127 |

K. Robin McLean | Groups which cannot be M-groups | Note 73.34 | Oct 1989 | 221 |

K. Robin McLean | Hexagons and cubes | Note 73.57 | Dec 1989 | 337 |

K. Robin McLean | The motion of a newly discovered satellite of Saturn | Article | Oct 1982 | 189 |

Robert A. Melter | A sine mnemonic | Note 66.28 | Jun 1982 | 157 |

D. Middleton | Random walks and concrete cracks | Article | Jun 1982 | 128 |

John Mills | Numerical integration: a teaching approach | Article | Mar 1981 | 1 |

John T. S. Mills | What does A level test? | Note 71.20 | Jun 1987 | 137 |

W. W. Milner & F. R. Watson | On solving a quadratic | Article | Jun 1989 | 82 |

John Monaghan | Real mathematics | Article | Dec 1988 | 276 |

R. J. Montgomery | A slippery problem | Note 66.18 | Jun 1982 | 140 |

R. J. Montgomery | A reel problem | Note 67.12 | Jun 1983 | 115 |

Sam Moore | Fibonacci matrices | Note 67.09 | Mar 1983 | 56 |

T. E. Moore | Isomorphisms between groups of rational numbers | Note 64.27 | Dec 1980 | 286 |

Stephen Morley | Square waves | Note 71.16 | Jun 1987 | 127 |

Clare Morris & Jim Gowers | Bell ringing and Fibonacci | Note 71.14 | Jun 1987 | 125 |

M. E. Mortimer | Counting combinations clearly | Note 68.19 | Jun 1984 | 126 |

David Mountford | Bounds for | Note 69.36 | Dec 1985 | 286 |

David Mountford | Refraction properties of conics | Note 68.22 | Jun 1984 | 134 |

David Mountford | A matrix approach to the binomial theorem | Note 64.01 | Mar 1980 | 49 |

David Mountford | Sums of cubes | Note 66.06 | Mar 1982 | 53 |

S. Naranan | Approximate constructions of angles by ruler and compass | Note 66.13 | Mar 1982 | 65 |

J. V. Narlikar | A pi-less area | Note 65.03 | Mar 1981 | 32 |

Chris Nash | Factors in recurrence relations | Article | Jun 1989 | 110 |

A. H. Nasr | A trigonometric inequality | Note 69.38 | Dec 1985 | 289 |

Hugh Neill | A geometric view of statistics | Article | Dec 1982 | 284 |

R. D. Nelson | Sequences which omit powers | Article | Oct 1988 | 208 |

Graham Newson | Three points for a win | Article | Jun 1984 | 87 |

R. W. D. Nickalls | A line-and-conic theorem having a visual correlate | Article | Mar 1986 | 27 |

S. W. Nolan | On expressing numbers as the sum of two cubes | Article | Mar 1982 | 31 |

A. C. Norris | To show that the altitudes of a triangle are concurrent | Note 73.55 | Dec 1989 | 335 |

G. C. O'Brien | Approximate matrix inversion | Note 66.04 | Mar 1982 | 50 |

M. J. O'Carroll | A statistical paradox | Article | Dec 1983 | 276 |

George O'Sullivan | The magic cube | Note 71.05 | Mar 1987 | 46 |

Hiroshi Okumura | A characterisation of parallelograms | Note 72.17 | Jun 1988 | 117 |

Adrian Oldknow | An analysis of an algorithm | Article | Jun 1981 | 81 |

Alan Ollis & Sam Griffiths | A final slice of pork | Note 64.26 | Dec 1980 | 283 |

A. Orton | Teaching | Article | Dec 1988 | 271 |

A. Orton & S. M. Flower | Analysis of an ancient tessellation | Article | Dec 1989 | 297 |

D. J. Orton | An illustration of | Note 72.03 | Mar 1988 | 32 |

D. J. Orton | A problem of squares revisited | Note 65.34 | Dec 1981 | 277 |

D. J. Orton | Binomials mod 3 | Note 69.02 | Mar 1985 | 31 |

D. J. Orton | A circumscribing quadrilateral | Note 69.41 | Dec 1985 | 295 |

A. Robert Pargeter | Automorphic numbers | Note 73.29 | Oct 1989 | 212 |

A. Robert Pargeter | Just a moment - look, no calculus! | Note 70.01 | Mar 1986 | 30 |

Lindsay J. Paterson | Sugar beet, guinea pigs and graph theory | Article | Dec 1986 | 273 |

Lindsay J. Paterson & C. A. Glasbey | An illustration of rounding error on computers | Note 69.21 | Jun 1985 | 128 |

R. W.Payne | A cautionary tale | Note 67.25 | Oct 1983 | 210 |

Alec Penfold | Cyril Tetlow Daltry | Obituary | Dec 1981 | 275 |

Waiter Penney | Descriptive sequences | Note 64.12 | Oct 1980 | 186 |

Andy Pepperdine | Topswops | Note 73.23 | Jun 1989 | 131 |

Hazel Perfect | A matrix limit - (2) | Note 68.05 | Mar 1984 | 42 |

Hazel Perfect | Independence theory and matroids | Article | Jun 1981 | 103 |

J. M. H. Peters | Magic squares and matrices (2) Inverses and cubes | Article | Dec 1981 | 253 |

J. M. H. Peters | Reflections on an elementary reduction formula | Note 67.35 | Dec 1983 | 284 |

J. M. H. Peters | Some trigonometric ratios in surd form | Note 66.41 | Dec 1982 | 296 |

J. M. H. Peters | Estimating the speed of a passing vehicle | Note 64.08 | Jun 1980 | 122 |

J. M. H. Peters | Some numerical series from . | Article | Jun 1983 | 95 |

J. M. Peters | Getting down to tan 1½° | Note 69.26 | Oct 1985 | 211 |

J. M. H. Peters | The Gudermannian | Article | Oct 1984 | 192 |

Richard E. Pfiefer | The density of Pythagorean rationals | Note 70.42 | Dec 1986 | 292 |

G. M. Phillips | Rational approximations: a basic approach | Article | Dec 1983 | 247 |

G. M. Phillips | The summing of square roots | Note 65.20 | Jun 1981 | 132 |

J. P. N. Phillips | The back-to-front Eisenstein criterion | Note 66.14 | Mar 1982 | 67 |

M. J. Piff & R. J. Webster | Winding numbers | Note 65.12 | Mar 1981 | 50 |

J. L. G. Pinhey | Sequences and primes: some proofs by exercises | Article | Dec 1981 | 258 |

Roger Pinkham | The birthday problem; pairs and triples | Note 69.32 | Dec 1985 | 279 |

Roger S. Pinkham | A convenient solution to the birthday problem for boys and girls | Note 72.25 | Jun 1988 | 129 |

Max Planitz | A generalisation of the postage stamps problem | Article | Mar 1989 | 21 |

Max Planitz | A square root algorithm | Article | Jun 1983 | 101 |

Richard Pollard | Goal-scoring and the negative binomial distribution | Note 69.09 | Mar 1985 | 45 |

Hugh L. Porteous | More on circus triangles | Note 73.26 | Jun 1989 | 136 |

B. A. Powell & S. N. Taylor | A maze matrix | Article | Oct 1982 | 208 |

Martin R. Powell | Significant insignificant digits? | Note 66.29 | Oct 1982 | 220 |

Ian Pressman & David Singmaster | The jealous husbands & the missionaries and cannibals | Article | Jun 1989 | 73 |

Eric Primrose | Football probabilities | Note 66.48 | Dec 1982 | 306 |

C. W. Puritz | Extending Pascal's triangle upwards | Note 65.09 | Mar 1981 | 42 |

John F. Putz | When line symmetry implies point symmetry | Note 70.14 | Jun 1986 | 129 |

Douglas Quadling | What the eye doesn't see, . . . | Article | Oct 1987 | 198 |

Douglas Quadling | Maxwell H. A. Newman | Obituary | Dec 1984 | 269 |

Douglas Quadling | Disaster averted | Note 65.13 | Mar 1981 | 51 |

Douglas Quadling | Edwin Arthur Maxwell | Obituary | Mar 1988 | 51 |

Douglas Quadling | A personal vote of thanks (editorial) | Article | Jun 1980 | 77 |

Douglas Quadling | Pressures and priorities (Presidential address) | Article | Oct 1981 | 157 |

T. I. Ramsamujh | A paradox-(1) All positive integers are equal | Note 72.14 | Jun 1988 | 113 |

T. I. Ramsamujh | The matrix direct product and algebraic numbers | Note 73.16 | Jun 1989 | 116 |

T. J. Randall | revisited | Note 67.45 | Dec 1983 | 302 |

T. J. Randall & H. Sharples | A useful recurrence relation | Note 64.24 | Dec 1980 | 279 |

A. D. Rawlins | A complex modulus inequality | Note 72.37 | Dec 1988 | 309 |

Margaret Rayner | On examinations (The 1988 Presidential address) | Article | Oct 1988 | 173 |

Margaret E. Rayner | Ida Winfred Busbridge (1908-1988) | Obituary | Dec 1989 | 339 |

J. B. Reade | Simultaneous factorisation of quadratics | Note 71.27 | Oct 1987 | 221 |

J. B. Reade | Modular arithmetic and cryptograph | Article | Oct 1988 | 198 |

N. Reed | Elementary proof of the area under a cycloid | Note 70.40 | Dec 1986 | 290 |

N. S. Reed & R. W. Hogg | Mathematical models in Meccano | Note 65.28 | Oct 1981 | 199 |

Neville Reed | Morley and more | Note 65.04 | Mar 1981 | 34 |

Brian S. Reiner | Magic squares and matrices (1) A simple construction | Article | Dec 1981 | 250 |

Alex Renton | An iterative matrix method | Note 67.40 | Dec 1983 | 294 |

J. F. Reynolds | Estimating the standard deviation of a normal distribution | Note 71.12 | Mar 1987 | 60 |

Frank Rhodes | Carelessness? | Article | Dec 1987 | 285 |

A. Lesley Richards | Remainders and permutations | Note 68.36 | Dec 1984 | 276 |

Neville W. Richards | Newton-Raphson extended | Note 65.45 | Dec 1981 | 294 |

J. N. Ridley | Key signature and arithmetic modulo 12 | Note 66.12 | Mar 1982 | 62 |

J. F. Rigby | Equilateral triangles and the golden ratio | Article | Mar 1988 | 27 |

Uri Rimon | Teaching group theory visually | Article | Mar 1984 | 20 |

P. J. Rippon | Infinite exponentials | Article | Oct 1983 | 189 |

P. F. Rivett & N. I. P. MacKinnon | Prime matrices | Article | Dec 1986 | 257 |

Anthony C. Robin | Games - a look at strategies | Article | Dec 1989 | 306 |

Anthony C. Robin | Prime product pi | Note 73.54 | Dec 1989 | 334 |

Anthony C. Robin | The number of solid regions | Note 72.19 | Jun 1988 | 120 |

Anthony C. Robin | Minimum perimeters and surface areas | Note 72.28 | Oct 1988 | 214 |

Anthony C. Robin | Logic problems modulo 2 on the computer | Note 71.39 | Dec 1987 | 297 |

Anthony C. Robin | Sine-posts - a distant view | Note 72.01 | Mar 1988 | 31 |

Anthony C. Robin | Locks and master keys | Article | Mar 1988 | 1 |

Anthony C. Robin | The birthday distribution: some more approximations | Note 68.27 | Oct 1984 | 204 |

Anthony C. Robin | The wife-swapping distribution | Article | Oct 1985 | 175 |

Andrew Rodick | Some surprising iterations | Article | Mar 1984 | 10 |

Michael Rose & V. O. Chan et al. | The sequence 1, 2, 5, 12, 29. . . | Note 64.23 | Dec 1980 | 277 |

Mike Rose | A helpful surd rectangle | Note 67.42 | Dec 1983 | 298 |

Michael Ross | Some interesting coefficients | Article | Dec 1986 | 269 |

Norman Routledge | Probable proofs | Note 70.46 | Dec 1986 | 299 |

Tim Rowland | Toss Fibonacci! | Article | Oct 1984 | 183 |

S. Roy | What's the next Fibonacci number ? | Note 64.14 | Oct 1980 | 189 |

George Russell | Connected means | Article | Jun 1988 | 97 |

Kenneth Ruthven | A level mathematics in an information age | Article | Jun 1985 | 103 |

M. Rycraft | Limits and real life - It's for you-hoo | Article | Mar 1987 | 22 |

M. Rycraft | Train surveys and statistical independence | Note 73.39 | Oct 1989 | 229 |

M. Rycraft | Use more - pay less | Article | Mar 1986 | 11 |

M. Rycraft | A hyperbolic howler | Note 65.41 | Dec 1981 | 287 |

Y. P. Sabharwal & V. K. Malhotra | The first and last success | Note 66.42 | Dec 1982 | 299 |

A. Sackfield & D. A. Hills | An improper integral evaluated | Note 70.25 | Jun 1986 | 144 |

Lee Sallows & Victor Eijkhout | Co-descriptive strings | Article | Mar 1986 | 1 |

K. R. S. Sastry | Integer-sided triangles containing a given rational cosine | Note 68.44 | Dec 1984 | 289 |

W. W. Sawyer | Colour perception and a metric | Note 65.14 | Mar 1981 | 54 |

Harris S. Schultz & Ray C. Shiflett | Mathematical billiards | Article | Jun 1988 | 95 |

R. L. E. Schwarzenberger | Why calculus cannot be made easy | Article | Oct 1980 | 158 |

R. L. E. Schwarzenberger | The importance of mistakes (The 1984 Presidential address) | Article | Oct 1984 | 159 |

Hans G. Schönwald | Addition formulae for trigonometric functions | Note 70.41 | Dec 1986 | 291 |

J. A. Scott | The arithmetic-geometric mean from an sequence | Note 71.02 | Mar 1987 | 40 |

Sidney H. Scott | Sums of powers of natural numbers. 1. By coefficient operation | Article | Dec 1980 | 231 |

W. Scott | Justifying the integrating factor | Note 70.03 | Mar 1986 | 32 |

W. Scott | Transfusions for mathematics teachers | Article | Dec 1982 | 278 |

Keith Selkirk | Integer-sided triangles with an angle of 120° | Article | Dec 1983 | 251 |

J. V. Shail & R. Shail | What's in a number? | Note 67.33 | Dec 1983 | 281 |

R. Shail | A note on Newtonian central orbits | Note 68.45 | Dec 1984 | 290 |

A. G. Shannon & J. H. Clarke | Polynomial truncations | Article | Dec 1983 | 278 |

J. Sheil & A. G. Williamson | A property of the number | Note 65.44 | Dec 1981 | 292 |

Ray C. Shiflett & Harris S. Shultz | Can I expect a full set? | Article | Dec 1980 | 262 |

P. Shiu | Power versus exponential | Article | Mar 1989 | 25 |

P. Shiu | The shapes and sizes of Pythagorean triangles | Article | Mar 1983 | 33 |

Hilary Shuard | Primary mathematics: towards 2000 (1986 Presidential address) | Article | Oct 1986 | 175 |

David Singmaster | Sums of squares and pyramidal numbers | Article | Jun 1982 | 100 |

David Singmaster | Theoretical probabilities for a cuboidal die | Note 65.31 | Oct 1981 | 208 |

Fung-Kit Siu & Man Keung Siu | Volume: some historical perspectives (2) Hilbert and a Chinese view | Article | Dec 1981 | 265 |

John G. Slater | Strike it out - some exercises | Note 67.37 | Dec 1983 | 288 |

G. S. Smith | A graphical construction of and | Note 65.37 | Dec 1981 | 281 |

H. V. Smith | The largest known perfect number | Note 68.14 | Mar 1984 | 57 |

H. V. Smith | Perfect numerical integration and odd functions | Note 70.24 | Jun 1986 | 143 |

G. Smithers | Poisson and Stirling | Note 68.31 | Oct 1984 | 212 |

J. L. Smyrl | A partial improvement | Note 73.20 | Jun 1989 | 122 |

E. T. W. Smyth | Simultaneous discovery and proof in mathematical induction | Note 64.11 | Oct 1980 | 185 |

Anthony Sofo | Some non-linear differential equations | Article | Jun 1981 | 112 |

John Spearman | Close packing | Article | Jun 1986 | 89 |

M. D. Stern | A notational device for analysing relationships | Note 73.09 | Mar 1989 | 37 |

M. D. Stern | Why the mechanic kicked the car | Note 71.13 | Mar 1987 | 62 |

M. D. Stern | Calculations before calculators | Note 69.33 | Dec 1985 | 280 |

M. D. Stern | A remarkable approximation to pi | Note 69.30 | Oct 1985 | 218 |

M. D. Stern | Partial fractions - a problem in rigid thought patterns | Note 70.50 | Dec 1986 | 304 |

Charles A. Stickland | Integration as an aid to approximation | Note 69.19 | Jun 1985 | 124 |

Anita Straker | The challenge to change (1987 Presidential address) | Article | Oct 1987 | 179 |

A. E. Stratton | Counting triangles by group theory | Article | Dec 1984 | 252 |

W. T. Sulaiman | A moments proof for the sum of squares | Note 69.18 | Jun 1985 | 123 |

D. Sullivan | The sums of powers of integers | Note 71.23 | Jun 1987 | 144 |

D. Sullivan | Two surprising limits revisited | Article | Dec 1983 | 259 |

R. A. L. Sullivan | A problem 'solved' | Note 72.20 | Jun 1988 | 121 |

J. B. Sunderland | Another geometric calculation of pi | Note 70.28 | Oct 1986 | 214 |

M. G. Sykes | Bingo! | Article | Jun 1984 | 98 |

B. Symons | Legendre polynomials and their orthogonality | Note 66.25 | Jun 1982 | 152 |

John Szymanski | On | Note 68.16 | Jun 1984 | 121 |

David Tall | The blancmange function: continuous everywhere but differentiable nowhere | Article | Mar 1982 | 11 |

David Tall | The calculus curriculum in the microcomputer age: A Report from the Ware Conference | Article | Jun 1986 | 123 |

David Tall | Looking at graphs through infinitesimal microscopes, windows and telescopes | Article | Mar 1980 | 22 |

David Tall & F. R. Watson | Computing languages for the mathematical classroom | Article | Dec 1987 | 275 |

C. Tannous | Some relations concerning Kroeneckers | Note 65.17 | Jun 1981 | 126 |

Frank Tapson | The magic hexagon: an historic note | Note 71.25 | Oct 1987 | 217 |

Jack Thomas | Square functions | Note 72.36 | Dec 1988 | 307 |

E. E. Thompson | Can an inextensible string be elastic ? | Note 70.45 | Dec 1986 | 296 |

N. D. Thomson | Representations of integers and permutations | Note 69.34 | Dec 1985 | 283 |

P. E. Tissier | Bertrand's paradox | Article | Mar 1984 | 15 |

Ruth K. Tobias | Volume: some historical perspectives (1) Archimedes and balances | Article | Dec 1981 | 261 |

Ruth Tobias | Robert Leslie Lindsay | Obituary | Mar 1986 | 47 |

Ruth K. Tobias | Allan W. Riley | Obituary | Dec 1984 | 270 |

Alan Tomkins & David Pitt | Runs and the generalised Fibonacci sequence | Article | Jun 1985 | 109 |

David Towers | Problems faced by mathematics students at the school/higher education interface | Article | Oct 1985 | 180 |

David Towers | Non-associative algebraic structures arising in genetics | Article | Dec 1986 | 281 |

Gerry Trainor et al | A further Mathematics investigation; | Article | Oct 1986 | 192 |

Charles W. Trigg | Cyclic permutations forming progressions | Note 65.32 | Oct 1981 | 210 |

Colin Tripp | Where is the camera ? | Article | Mar 1987 | 8 |

Colin Tripp | Inverse factorial series | Article | Oct 1983 | 183 |

Peter R. Turner | The distribution of l.s.d. and its implications for computer design | Article | Mar 1987 | 26 |

George Tyson | Bright spots | Note 69.23 | Oct 1985 | 205 |

George Tyson | pi by experiment | Note 69.04 | Mar 1985 | 36 |

George Tyson | Measuring the solar system with crude apparatus | Article | Oct 1986 | 206 |

M. G. J. van der Burg | Check your annual percentage rate | Note 73.01 | Mar 1989 | 28 |

John van der Hoek | The arithmetic and geometric means | Note 64.19 | Dec 1980 | 271 |

Geoffrey Wain& William Wynne Willson | 13, 14, 15: an investigation | Article | Mar 1987 | 32 |

Peter L. Walker | Iterated complex radicals | Article | Dec 1983 | 269 |

D. E. Wallis | Vectors and the nine-point circle | Note 66.32 | Oct 1982 | 224 |

A. J. B. Ward | The versatility of the shift theorem in differential equations | Note 71.07 | Mar 1987 | 52 |

A. J. B. Ward | A set of inequalities | Article | Mar 1988 | 16 |

William C. Waterhouse | Visualising Cramer's rule | Note 67.21 | Jun 1983 | 129 |

Donald Watson | Combinations of ratios | Note 72.23 | Jun 1988 | 126 |

Donald Watson | A carpenter's rule | Note 66.05 | Mar 1982 | 52 |

Donald Watson | Tangents to conics | Note 69.31 | Oct 1985 | 219 |

F. R. Watson | How long is a game of beetle? | Article | Dec 1981 | 254 |

F. R. Watson | Adding a column of figures | Note 66.33 | Oct 1982 | 225 |

Hunter Watson | An introduction to the programmable calculator | Article | Mar 1981 | 5 |

Hunter Watson | A fallacy by parts | Note 69.16 | Jun 1985 | 122 |

J. H. Webb | Two surprising limits revisited | Article | Dec 1983 | 255 |

Samuel Webb | A special case of Fermat's theorem | Note 68.13 | Mar 1984 | 56 |

R. J. Webster | A Problem of Fourier | Note 64.18 | Dec 1980 | 270 |

R. I. Webster | Note 68.02 | Mar 1984 | 37 | |

Jonathan Weitsman | A general test for divisibility by primes | Article | Dec 1980 | 255 |

S. F. G. Wessels | The complex roots of a quadratic from its graph | Note 65.07 | Mar 1981 | 39 |

J. D. Weston | Scalar triple products and linearity | Note 72.39 | Dec 1988 | 313 |

Alan Whittle | A vector -tuple product | Note 65.11 | Mar 1981 | 47 |

Roger Whitworth | Looking towards the GCSE applied mathematician | Article | Dec 1988 | 281 |

J. B. Wilker | Sums of powers of natural numbers. 2 . . . by efficient cooperation! | Article | Dec 1980 | 239 |

J. B. Wilker | Transcendentals galore | Article | Dec 1982 | 258 |

David Willey | Calculating the date of Easter | Note 69.39 | Dec 1985 | 291 |

Dylan William | A Fibonacci sum | Note 69.01 | Mar 1985 | 29 |

Dylan William | A 'black box' approach to scalar and vector products | Article | Oct 1986 | 197 |

J. S. Williams | A few problems with a bicycle | Note 70.29 | Oct 1986 | 216 |

Alan G. Williamson | Errors in estimating pi by experiment | Note 70.06 | Mar 1986 | 37 |

D. J. Winteridge & D. C. Young | Mathematics, cricket and common sense | Note 69.24 | Oct 1985 | 206 |

P. G. Wood | A neat volume method | Note 67.17 | Jun 1983 | 125 |

P. G. Wood | Interesting coincidences ? | Note 73.05 | Mar 1989 | 33 |

P. G. Wood | An adapted moment of inertia | Note 70.33 | Oct 1986 | 220 |

P. G. Wood | The quotient rule | Note 68.42 | Dec 1984 | 288 |

P. G. Wood | Distance in terms of final velocity | Note 69.35 | Dec 1985 | 285 |

P. G. Wood | The shear rule | Note 69.10 | Mar 1985 | 47 |

D. R. Woodall | Finite sums, matrices and induction | Article | Jun 1981 | 92 |

Michael Worboys | A combinatorial puzzle | Article | Dec 1982 | 255 |

G. Worsnop | An aid to conversions in rugby | Note 73.36 | Oct 1989 | 225 |

G. Worsnup | Floating a cylinder in water | Note 65.16 | Jun 1981 | 123 |

E. E. Wright | Cook-book calculus | Note 64.11 | Jun 1980 | 128 |

Shaun Wylie | The four points on a parabola and circle | Note 73.47 | Dec 1989 | 324 |

William Wynne Willson | The area of the cardioid and some other curves | Article | Oct 1983 | 206 |

C. Premkumar Yesudian | Construction of tangents | Note 66.34 | Oct 1982 | 228 |

Robert M. Young | When is F a field? | Note 72.24 | Jun 1988 | 128 |

Robert M. Young | The error in alternating series | Note 69.15 | Jun 1985 | 120 |

Hanlin Zhu | A tetrahedron inequality | Note 68.25 | Oct 1984 | 200 |