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

Steve Abbott | Editorial | 2 | March 1996 | Special |

Steve Abbott | A circuitous way to differentiate | 489 | November 1999 | Note 83.53 |

Steve Abbott | A difference method for | 355 | July 1995 | Note 79.31 |

Steve Abbott | Averaging sequences and triangles | 222 | March 1996 | Note 80.2 |

Zohair Abu-abbas and Mowaffaq Hajja | A note on the Fermat point of a tetrahedron | 117 | March 1995 | Note 79.21 |

Ken Adams | How polite is ? | 79 | March 1993 | Note 77.02 |

Ahmet G. Agargün and Colin R. Fletcher | The fundamental theorem of arithmetic dissected | 53 | March 1997 | Article |

R. McNeill Alexander | Walking and running | 262 | July 1996 | Article |

Reg Allenby | Almost pavings of patios | 490 | November 1999 | Note 83.54 |

S. C. Althoen, L. King & K. Schilling | How long is a game of snakes and ladders? | 71 | March 1993 | Article |

Steven C. Althoen & Matthew F. Wyneken | Some velocity and position calculations. | 27 | March 1994 | Article |

Manuel Álvarez and Joaquín M. Gutiérrez | A simple proof of the Lagrange identity on vector products | 509 | November 1999 | Note 83.67 |

D. V. Anderson | On an accelerometer | 112 | March 1997 | Note 81.16 |

D. V. Anderson | Iterations for the square root | 574 | November 1996 | Note 80.49 |

Ian Anderson | Snap | 278 | July 1992 | Note 76.05 |

Johnston Anderson | Seeing induction at work | 406 | December 1991 | Article |

Johnston Anderson and Andy Walker | Partitions into square-pairs | 39 | March 1999 | Article |

Johnston Anderson and Keith Austin | Paradigms of proof | 489 | November 1995 | Article |

Elizabeth J. Andrews | Shortening the home stretch II | 95 | March 1995 | Note 79.06 |

J. C. Appleby | Hexponentiation | 84 | March 1995 | Note 79.01 |

J. C. Appleby | Rational approximations to irrationals via eigenvalues | 378 | December 1990 | Note 74.48 |

John Appleby | Self-intersecting curves in mechanism design | 333 | November 1994 | Note 78.14 |

P. K. Aravind | Two families of antiprisms | 462 | November 1996 | Article |

P. K. Aravind | A symmetrical pursuit problem on the sphere and the hyperbolic plane | 30 | March 1994 | Article |

P. K. Aravind | On the variation in length of daylight in a simple model | 92 | March 1993 | Note 77.09 |

Konstantin Ardakov | Powers and other functions of matrices | 434 | November 1997 | Note 81.44 |

Konstantin Ardakov | A Casio fx-7700GB cubics program | 352 | July 1995 | Note 79.28 |

Bob Ardler | How the scalar and vector products are derived | 454 | November 1998 | Note 82.45 |

N. J. Armstrong and R. Armstrong | An observation concerning repetends | 101 | March 1997 | Note 81.13 |

Syed Asadulla | Snowflakes and hexagons | 145 | June 1990 | Note 74.17 |

Roy Ashley | The 1996 President's Address | 450 | November 1996 | Article |

Roy Ashley | A century of the Gazette | 1 | March 1996 | Special |

Isao Asiba and Masakazu Nihei | A geometric construction and its applications | 280 | July 1999 | Note 83.32 |

Lily Atiyah | Dame Mary Cartwright | 494 | November 1998 | Obituary |

Michael Atiyah | Geometry and Physics | 78 | March 1996 | Special |

Colin Atkinson | A 'simple' integral and the repeated logarithm | 33 | March 1990 | Article |

Keith Austin | A theorem about running round a triangle and two applications | 137 | June 1991 | Article |

Tony Ayres | The square root of 2 | 342 | October 1991 | Note 75.35 |

John Backhouse | Some more decimal points | 87 | March 1999 | Debate |

John K. Backhouse | On the tritet rule | 114 | March 1997 | Note 81.17 |

Nigel Backhouse | Pancake functions and approximations to | 371 | July 1995 | Note 79.36 |

Nigel Backhouse | Polynomial square roots | 84 | March 1991 | Note 75.02 |

B. J. R. Bailey | Where does the binomial distribution go on its way to the Poisson limit? | 272 | July 1992 | Note 76.02 |

A. F. Bainbridge & P. A. Binding | Symmetrical paths on a calculator | 399 | December 1991 | Article |

Drago Bajc | More on the shot-putter problem | 299 | July 1998 | Note 82.41 |

Drago Bajc | Simple mappings in mechanics | 421 | November 1999 | Article |

A. Baker | Squaring the circle | 71 | March 1996 | Special |

A. C. Baker | How to ask a question | 312 | October 1991 | Article |

Barbara Ball | There is no easy way | 539 | November 1995 | Debate |

Tony Bamard | A thousand million leagues | 329 | November 1993 | Article |

Kiril Bankov | Applications of the pigeon-hole principle | 286 | July 1995 | Article |

Kiril Bankov | Principle of the extreme element | 2 | March 1999 | Article |

Roy Barbara | Two short proofs of Morley's Theorem | 447 | November 1997 | Note 81.48 |

Roy Barbara | A new look at solving Torricelli's problem | 490 | November 1998 | Note 82.60 |

Roy Barbara | A corollary of Napoleon's Theorem | 297 | July 1998 | Note 82.39 |

Roy Barbara | A quick proof of a generalised Steiner-Lehmus theorem | 450 | November 1997 | Note 81.49 |

Keith Barnett | The centre of gravity of a filling vessel | 452 | November 1997 | Note 81.51 |

Albert A. Bartlett | Expert predictions of the lifetimes of non-renewable resources | 127 | July 1994 | Article |

John Baylis | The linearity error | 389 | November 1992 | Note 76.18 |

A. F. Beardon | Square roots of involutions | 230 | March 1996 | Note 80.6 |

A. F. Beardon | S.P numbers | 25 | March 1999 | Article |

Alan Beardon | A simple inequality | 568 | November 1995 | Note 79.55 |

Alan F. Beardon | Sums of squares of digits | 379 | November 1998 | Article |

Martin Beech | A computer conjecture of a non-serious theorem | 50 | March 1990 | Note 74.08 |

B. S. Beevers | The greatest product | 91 | March 1993 | Note 77.08 |

Paul Belcher et al | On S.P numbers | 72 | March 1998 | Note 82.01 |

Seamus Bellew | The Eperson-Spieker circle | 444 | November 1997 | Note 81.47 |

Seamus Bellew | The ever-decreasing circles | 104 | March 1997 | Note 81.14 |

John Bentin | Regular simplicial distances | 106 | March 1995 | Note 79.15 |

John Bentin | Regular polygonal distances | 277 | July 1997 | Note 81.32 |

Ladislav Beran | The complex roots of a quadratic from a circle | 287 | July 1999 | Note 83.35 |

Rod Berrieman | Combinations with gaps | 582 | November 1996 | Note 80.53 |

Rodney Berrieman | More on the formula for loops in a box | 492 | November 1999 | Note 83.55 |

Neil Bibby | Wherefore 'plug and chug'?: computer algebra versus A level mathematics | 40 | March 1991 | Article |

Alan Bishop | Visions, mechanisms and professionals (1992 Presidential address) | 438 | November 1992 | Article |

H. W. Bitton | Constructing nice cubics | 263 | July 1997 | Note 81.25 |

S. Boardman, Chris Harrison & Terry Webster | The graph of | 132 | June 1990 | Article |

Sam Boardman | The convergence of the binomial series | 287 | October 1990 | Note 74.36 |

Brian Bolt | The home stretch . . . | 255 | July 1993 | Note 77.14 |

Brian Bolt | From magic triangles to vector spaces to magic tetrahedrons | 257 | July 1992 | Article |

Brian Bolt, Roger Eggleton & Joe Gilks | The magic hexagram | 140 | June 1991 | Article |

Sir Hermann Bondi | The throw of a die | 296 | July 1999 | Note 83.39 |

Ronald Boskovic and Paul Belcher | A teaching note on Dijkstra's shortest path algorithm | 94 | March 1999 | Note 83.03 |

John F. Bowers | In which key did the angels sing? | 119 | July 1994 | Article |

A. V. Boyd | Bell numbers and the surprising appearance of e | 56 | March 1994 | Note 78.05 |

Mary Bradburn | The borders of mathematics and natural philosophy (The 1994 Presidential Address) | 450 | November 1995 | Article |

Mary Bradburn | Presidents and presidential addresses | 13 | March 1996 | Special |

Robert John Bradbury | Extracting roots by mental methods | 76 | March 1998 | Note 82.03 |

C. J. Bradley | On solutions of | 404 | July 1996 | Note 80.34 |

C. J. Bradley | Equal sums of squares | 80 | March 1998 | Note 82.07 |

C. J. Bradley | Heads you lose, tails I win | 166 | June 1991 | Article |

C. J. Bradley and J. T. Bradley | Countless Simson line configurations | 314 | July 1996 | Article |

Christopher Bradley & Nick Lord | Comparing Spearman's rank and the product-moment correlation coefficients | 84 | March 1993 | Note 77.04 |

Christopher J. Bradley | An unexpected bonus | 380 | November 1992 | Note 76.10 |

Bill Brakes | Explorers and helpers | 387 | July 1995 | Note 79.44 |

W. R. Brakes | Unexpected groups | 513 | November 1995 | Article |

John Branfield | What is the mathematics of bowls? | 120 | March 1995 | Note 79.23 |

David Branson | Sequences obtained from tossing a coin | 401 | November 1992 | Note 76.23 |

David Branson | Times of flight | 202 | June 1991 | Note 75.19 |

Peter A. Braza and Jingcheng Tong | Moving the first digit of a positive integer to the last | 216 | July 1999 | Article |

M. N. Brearley | A mathematician's view of bowling | 501 | November 1996 | Article |

Maurice N. Brearley | The rocking rigid pendulum | 120 | June 1990 | Article |

Maurice N. Brearley, N. J. de Mestre, D. R. Watson | Modelling the rowing stroke in racing shells | 389 | November 1998 | Article |

Michael Brennan | A note on the converse to Lagrange's theorem | 286 | July 1998 | Note 82.34 |

T. Bridgeman | Radial and transverse motion | 46 | March 1990 | Note 74.05 |

R. T. Bridges | How many questions should there be in a multiple choice test? | 49 | March 1994 | Note 78.02 |

Richard Bridges | More centres of mass | 596 | November 1996 | Note 80.61 |

Richard Bridges | Minimal Steiner trees for three dimensional networks | 157 | July 1994 | Article |

Margaret Brown | Rolph Schwarzenberger (1936-1992) An appreciation | 95 | March 1993 | Obituary |

Margaret Brown | The second iteration (1991 Presidential address) | 263 | October 1991 | Article |

Rev L. M. Brown | An algorithm for square roots: an episode in the campaign against dotage | 428 | November 1997 | Note 81.41 |

Ronald Brown, Timothy Porter | The Methodology of Mathematics | 321 | July 1995 | Debate |

Ian Bruce | The logarithmic mean | 89 | March 1997 | Note 81.7 |

Maxim Bruckheimer and Abraham Arcavi | A visual approach to some elementary number theory | 471 | November 1995 | Article |

Victor Bryant | What goes round comes round | 394 | November 1999 | Article |

Victor Bryant | Patterns within | 25 | March 1996 | Special |

Victor Bryant and Hugh Bradley | Triangular light routes | 298 | July 1998 | Note 82.40 |

Brian D. Bunday | Mathematical modelling of queues | 499 | November 1995 | Article |

Heidi Burgiel | How to lose at Tetris | 194 | July 1997 | Article |

Bob Burn | A case of conflict | 109 | March 1997 | Note 81.15 |

Bob Burn | The 9-pin geoboard and the symmetry group | 293 | July 1999 | Note 83.38 |

Bob Burn | No converse to Lagrange's theorem | 505 | November 1999 | Note 83.64 |

Bob Burn | Cycling digits | 154 | June 1991 | Article |

Bob Burn | Groups of arithmetical transformations | 437 | November 1997 | Note 81.45 |

Bob Burn | Filling holes in the real line | 228 | October 1990 | Article |

Bob Burn | The Orton-Flower tessellation | 372 | December 1990 | Note 74.45 |

Aidan Burns | Fractal tilings | 193 | July 1994 | Note 78.13 |

John Cable | A geometrical creation myth | 44 | March 1998 | Article |

D. M. Cannell & N. J. Lord | George Green, mathematician and physicist 1793-1841 | 26 | March 1993 | Article |

José Paulo Q. Carneiro | Logarithms on the simplest calculator | 75 | March 1998 | Note 82.02 |

Ll. G. Chambers | The inverse square law of attraction | 109 | March 1998 | Note 82.22 |

LL. G. Chambers | Elfenau Rhifyddiaeth - A Fragment | 293 | July 1995 | Article |

Ll. G. Chambers | An algorithm for the th root | 258 | July 1999 | Note 83.22 |

Ll. G. Chambers | An inequality concerning means | 456 | November 1998 | Note 82.46 |

Ll. G. Chambers | An iterative process in the early slate industry in North Wales | 254 | July 1999 | Note 83.20 |

Ll. G. Chambers | A spurious relation between measures of central tendency | 54 | March 1990 | Note 74.10 |

Sue Chandler | Sue Chandler | 327 | July 1992 | People |

David Chappell | On the optimal shape for a flight bag | 110 | March 1995 | Note 79.18 |

David Chappell & Christine Straker | The golden section in mountain photography | 43 | March 1990 | Note 74.03 |

Hwang Chien-Lih | More Machin-type identities | 120 | March 1997 | Note 81.22 |

Frank Chorlton | Volume of a tetrahedron | 196 | June 1991 | Note 75.13 |

Frank Chorlton | Evaluation of a definite integral using a Laplace transform | 307 | July 1999 | Note 83.44 |

Frank Chorlton | Some geometrical properties of the catenary | 121 | March 1999 | Note 83.16 |

Frank Chorlton | Evaluation of an integral | 459 | November 1998 | Note 82.47 |

Frank Chorlton | Extended rule for integration by parts | 106 | March 1998 | Note 82.20 |

Frank Chorlton | A definite integral via a difference equation | 504 | November 1999 | Note 83.63 |

Frank Chorlton | The generalised Steiner point for a triangle | 440 | December 1991 | Note 75.42 |

Frank Chorlton | Summation and properties of and | 368 | July 1995 | Note 79.35 |

Frank Chorlton | Products of Pythagorean triples | 273 | July 1997 | Note 81.29 |

Frank Chorlton | Jumps, bends and curvature discontinuities | 393 | November 1992 | Note 76.20 |

Frank Chorlton | Evaluation of a definite integral | 120 | March 1999 | Note 83.15 |

Frank Chorlton | Logarithmic integration | 381 | July 1996 | Note 80.24 |

Frank Chorlton | Summation of an infinite series | 395 | November 1992 | Note 76.21 |

Frank Chorlton | Finite sums of powers of the natural numbers | 95 | March 1998 | Note 82.12 |

Bruce Christianson | Solving quartics using palindromes | 327 | October 1991 | Note 75.27 |

R. J. Clarke | The quadratic equation formula | 460 | November 1998 | Note 82.48 |

R. J. Clarke | Some integrals of the form | 290 | July 1998 | Note 82.37 |

R. J. Clarke | A different aspect of Wallis's Formula | 289 | July 1998 | Note 82.36 |

Robert J. Clarke | Euclid's diagram for Pythagoras' theorem | 114 | March 1999 | Note 83.11 |

Robert J. Clarke | Properties of Pascal's Triangle | 79 | March 1997 | Note 81.2 |

Robert J. Clarke | Morley's other triangles | 286 | July 1999 | Note 83.34 |

Robert J. Clarke | The geometric series | 92 | March 1997 | Note 81.8 |

Robert J. Clarke | Triangles, surds and Pell's equation | 221 | July 1999 | Article |

Robert G. Clason | A family of golden triangle tile patterns | 130 | July 1994 | Article |

Frank Clifford | Permutation groups with a chessboard | 330 | October 1991 | Note 75.29 |

Frank Clifford | e on a micro | 289 | October 1990 | Note 74.37 |

Peter Cochrane | Virtual mathematics | 267 | July 1996 | Article |

Chris Collinson | A parabolic helix? | 399 | November 1992 | Note 76.22 |

D. J. Colwell & J. R. Gillett | Meeting in a tournament | 143 | June 1990 | Note 74.16 |

D. J. Colwell, J. R. Gillett & B. C. Jones | That number e again | 329 | October 1991 | Note 75.28 |

Derek Colwell & Jack Gillett | The optimal orbital plane | 379 | December 1990 | Note 74.49 |

Derek Colwell, Brian Jones & Jack Gillett | A Markov Chain in Cricket (MCC!) | 183 | June 1991 | Note 75.07 |

Ian Cook | Diophantine equations - a tableau, or spreadsheet, for solving . | 463 | November 1998 | Note 82.49 |

Ian Cook | The Euclidean algorithm and Fibonacci | 47 | March 1990 | Note 74.06 |

Mark J. Cooker | An extension of Holditch's theorem | 183 | July 1998 | Article |

Mark J. Cooker | On sweeping out an area | 69 | March 1999 | Article |

Mark J. Cooker | The accurate summation of some awkward series | 48 | March 1998 | Article |

Michael Cooper | Who named the radian? | 100 | March 1992 | Article |

Michael Cornelius | My first Mathematical Gazette | 31 | March 1996 | Special |

Michael Cornelius | Michael Cornelius | 259 | July 1993 | People |

John Costello | Quick insights and painted eggs | 414 | December 1991 | Article |

John Costello | Some proofs by continuity | 163 | July 1994 | Article |

John Costello | A Steiner-type net for a cube | 436 | December 1991 | Note 75.40 |

Don Cowell | Searching for digital invariants | 519 | November 1996 | Article |

Alan Cox | Barcodes II | 7 | March 1994 | Article |

Mike Crampin | Piecewise linear recurrence relations | 355 | November 1992 | Article |

Tony Crilly | A supergolden rectangle | 320 | November 1994 | Article |

Tony Crilly | A mathematician extraordinary - James Joseph Sylvester (1814-1897) | 7 | March 1997 | Article |

Tony Crilly | A gemstone in matrix algebra | 182 | March 1992 | Article |

Tony Crilly | Black holes and the gamma functions | 291 | October 1990 | Note 74.38 |

Tony Crilly | A Victorian mathematician | 259 | July 1995 | Article |

Tony Crilly | Computer connections | 273 | October 1990 | Note 74.29 |

Tony Crilly & Stanley Millward | An optimisation problem for triangles | 345 | November 1992 | Article |

Tony Crilly and Colin Fletcher | Desert Island Theorems | 2 | March 1998 | Article |

R. P. Cross | A property of large factorial numbers | 80 | March 1997 | Note 81.3 |

Tim Cross | Square-triangular numbers | 320 | October 1991 | Note 75.25 |

Tim Cross | A Fibonacci fluke? | 398 | July 1996 | Note 80.31 |

John S. Croucher | How fair are weighted means? | 554 | November 1995 | Note 79.48 |

John S. Croucher | Preferential Voting Concepts | 64 | March 1995 | Article |

David Cundy | Constructing nice cubics - again | 468 | November 1998 | Note 82.50 |

David Cundy, Laurence Ellis & Colin Goldsmith | Plastic astronaut problems | 340 | November 1994 | Note 78.17 |

H. M. Cundy | Geometry, tangents and cubics | 347 | July 1995 | Note 79.24 |

H. Martyn Cundy | The axonometric sphere | 274 | July 1997 | Note 81.31 |

H. Martyn Cundy | The bascule bridge - an unexpected cardioid | 124 | June 1990 | Article |

H. Martyn Cundy | Three progressions in a foursome | 351 | November 1992 | Article |

H. Martyn Cundy | Curves and conjugacy | 207 | March 1996 | Article |

Neil Curwen | The optimal flight bag revisited | 375 | July 1996 | Note 80.21 |

M. D. Dampier | is finite! | 367 | July 1996 | Note 80.15 |

M. D. Dampier | When air resistance doesn't matter | 234 | March 1996 | Note 80.7 |

M. D. Dampier | The point of intersection of three planes | 283 | October 1990 | Note 74.33 |

Mike Dampier | The Mathematical Gazette: a brief history | 5 | March 1996 | Special |

Jan Dangerfield | Jan Dangerfield | 206 | June 1991 | People |

A. E. L. Davis | Kepler's unintentional ellipse | 37 | March 1998 | Article |

Subhranil De and Abhijit Sen | The generalised Gamow-Stern problem | 345 | July 1996 | Article |

Michael D. de Villiers | A generalisation of the Fermat-Torricelli point | 374 | July 1995 | Note 79.37 |

Michael de Villiers | A further generalisation of the Fermat-Torricelli point | 106 | March 1999 | Note 83.06 |

Michael de Villiers | Dual generalisations of Van Aubel's theorem | 405 | November 1998 | Article |

Michael A. B. Deakin | From Pappus to today | 6 | March 1990 | Article |

Michael A. B. Deakin | More on bascule bridges | 107 | March 1995 | Note 79.16 |

Michael A. B. Deakin | Boole's mathematical blindness | 511 | November 1996 | Article |

Michael A. B. Deakin | A simple proof of the Beijing theorem | 251 | July 1992 | Article |

Michael A. B. Deakin | Thermodynamic proofs and their history | 92 | March 1999 | Note 83.02 |

Michael A. B. Deakin and Hans Lausch | The Bible and Pi | 162 | July 1998 | Article |

Tim Rowlands | Pop maths postscript: when is a vacation a holiday ? | 254 | July 1992 | Article |

Thomas Dence | Cubics, chaos and Newton's method | 403 | November 1997 | Article |

Chris Denley & Chris Pritchard | The golf ball aerodynamics of Peter Guthrie Tait | 298 | November 1993 | Article |

J. R. Dennett | Cricket and derangements | 2 | March 1990 | Article |

Darrell Desbrow | Evaluating the probability integral | 169 | June 1990 | Note 74.28 |

Darrell Desbrow | or if it goes up will it come down? | 204 | June 1991 | Note 75.21 |

Darrell Desbrow | Volumetric proof of the sum of squares formula | 256 | July 1999 | Note 83.21 |

Duane W. Detemple | The noninteger property of sums of reciprocals of successive integers | 193 | June 1991 | Note 75.11 |

Keith Devlin | Mathematical proofs in the computer age | 149 | March 1996 | Article |

Jean Dieudonné | The concept of 'rigorous proof' | 204 | March 1996 | Article |

Jean Dieudonné | Mathematics of our day | 45 | March 1996 | Special |

Colin Dixon | Geometry and the cosine rule | 439 | November 1997 | Note 81.46 |

Colin Dixon | Complex roots, tangents and cubics | 347 | July 1995 | Note 79.25 |

Roy Dixon | Beyond Hall and Knight | 365 | November 1993 | Note 77.18 |

Stan Dolan | A comment on note 77.13 | 96 | March 1995 | Note 79.07 |

M. Drukker | A trigonometric proof of a trigonometric inequality | 503 | November 1999 | Note 83.62 |

Janet Duffin | Making the most of technology: a personal perspective | 541 | November 1996 | Debate |

Ray Dunnett | Newton-Raphson and the cubic | 347 | November 1994 | Note 78.21 |

John H. Durran | A demolition | 455 | December 1991 | Note 75.49 |

R. H. Dye and R. W. D. Nickalls | A new algorithm for generating Pythagorean triples | 86 | March 1998 | Note 82.09 |

A. W. F. Edwards | How to iron a hypercube | 433 | December 1991 | Note 75.39 |

A. W. F. Edwards | Means and trees | 201 | June 1991 | Note 75.18 |

Mark Elliot & Nick Lord | Radioactive decay series | 163 | June 1990 | Note 74.26 |

D. B. Eperson | Lewis Carroll - Mathematician | 199 | March 1996 | Article |

D. B. Eperson | The Euler line and the Eperson line | 239 | March 1996 | Note 80.12 |

D. B. Eperson | Properties of the general 3 by 3 magic square | 382 | July 1995 | Note 79.41 |

Folke Eriksson | The Fermat-Torricelli problem once more | 37 | March 1997 | Article |

Terence Etchells | The fall and rise of the chain rule | 188 | July 1994 | Note 78.11 |

Russell Euler | Examples using the maximum modulus theorem | 394 | July 1996 | Note 80.28 |

Chris Evans | Pythagorean triples | 317 | October 1991 | Note 75.23 |

John Fauvel | John Fauvel | 199 | March 1992 | People |

Alan Fearnehough | Another method for showing the divergence of the harmonic series | 198 | June 1991 | Note 75.15 |

Qi Feng | Inequalities for an integral | 376 | July 1996 | Note 80.22 |

A. M. Fink | A dipstick for a hemispherical tank | 115 | March 1995 | Note 79.20 |

Graham Fisher | The singularity of Fibonacci matrices | 295 | July 1997 | Note 81.39 |

A. D. Fitt & G. T. Q. Hoare | The closed-form integration of arbitrary functions | 227 | July 1993 | Article |

Harley Flanders | Averaging sequences again | 219 | March 1996 | Note 80.1 |

Colin R. Fletcher | Two prime centenaries | 476 | November 1996 | Article |

Colin R. Fletcher | Eisenstein generalised | 153 | June 1990 | Note 74.21 |

T. J. Fletcher | Take it or leave it! | 185 | March 1996 | Article |

Tony Forbes | A large pair of twin primes | 577 | November 1995 | Note 79.62 |

D. H. Fowler | A final-year university course on the history of mathematics: actively confronting the past | 46 | March 1992 | Article |

David Fowler | A simple approach to the factorial function | 378 | July 1996 | Note 80.23 |

David Fowler | A simple approach to the factorial function - the next step | 53 | March 1999 | Article |

Michael Fox | Napoleon triangles and adventitious angles | 413 | November 1998 | Article |

Michael Fox | Formula funding of schools: some mathematical results | 337 | November 1993 | Article |

Doug French | Varying the approach to A level mathematics | 62 | March 1991 | Article |

Doug French | Computer algebra systems and A level examinations | 545 | November 1995 | Debate |

Doug French | Parabolic reflectors | 237 | July 1999 | Workshop |

Doug French | School algebra and the challenge of the TI 92 | 62 | March 1998 | Debate |

Doug French | ƒVarying the volume of a pair of tetrahedra | 99 | March 1997 | Note 81.12 |

H. Fujita, S. Iitaka, T. Uetake, K. Yokochi | Mathematics education at risk | 352 | July 1996 | Debate |

Joseph S. Fulda | The paradox of the surprise test | 419 | December 1991 | Article |

Fulvia Furinghetti | The ancients and approximated calculation: examples and suggestions for the classroom | 139 | March 1992 | Article |

Lutz Führer | Historical stories in the mathematics classroom | 127 | March 1992 | Article |

S. N. Gajanan | The inverse of the general 3 by 3 magic matrix | 117 | March 1997 | Note 81.19 |

A. Gardiner | 'Problem-solving'? Or problem solving? | 143 | March 1996 | Special |

Tony Gardiner | Back to the future | 526 | November 1995 | Debate |

Tony Gardiner | Wrong Way. Go Back! | 335 | July 1995 | Debate |

Tony Gardiner | The 1998 Presidential Address | 354 | November 1998 | Article |

Tony Gardiner | Once upon a time | 143 | March 1992 | Article |

Tony Gardiner | Rigorous thinking and the use of instruments | 179 | March 1992 | Article |

Tony Gardiner | A mathematical celebration: the U.K. schools mathematical challenge | 27 | March 1991 | Article |

Tony Gardiner | British Mathematical Olympiad 1995 | 405 | July 1995 | Report |

Tony Gardiner | 35th International Mathematical Olympiad | 135 | March 1995 | Report |

Tony Gardiner | Gauss' name | 402 | November 1992 | Note 76.24 |

Tony Gardiner | 36th International Mathematical Olympiad | 589 | November 1995 | Report |

Tony Gardiner | Triangles and tetrahedra, quadrilaterals and cubes | 357 | December 1990 | Article |

Tony Gardiner | A partial comparison between 1997 O level and GCSE mathematics papers | 254 | July 1998 | Debate |

Martin Gardner | Word ladders - Lewis Carroll's doublets | 195 | March 1996 | Article |

N. Gauthier | Singular matrices applied to 3 × 3 magic squares | 225 | July 1997 | Article |

N. Gauthier | Fibonacci sums of the type | 364 | July 1995 | Note 79.34 |

F. Gerrish | Perpendiculars: a second approach | 341 | October 1991 | Note 75.34 |

F. Gerrish | : the positive integer solution | 403 | November 1992 | Note 76.25 |

F. Gerrish | Ordered Pairs | 30 | March 1995 | Article |

F. Gerrish | Symmetric bordered determinants | 239 | March 1996 | Note 80.13 |

F. Gerrish and A. J. B. Ward | Sylvester's matrix equation and Roth's removal rule | 423 | November 1998 | Article |

Khuloud Ghalieh and Mowaffaq Hajja | The Fermat point of a spherical triangle | 561 | November 1996 | Note 80.45 |

Peter Giblin and Matthew Trout | Symmetric and almost symmetric polygons | 381 | November 1997 | Article |

Beverly J. Gimmestad | The Russian peasant multiplication algorithm: a generalization | 169 | June 1991 | Article |

P. Glaister | Multiplication tables - a puzzle | 336 | October 1991 | Note 75.32 |

P. Glaister | Another peek at the golden section | 45 | March 1990 | Note 74.04 |

P. Glaister | Times of flight | 138 | June 1990 | Note 74.14 |

P. Glaister | Further optimisation problems | 374 | December 1990 | Note 74.46 |

P. Glaister | A result for a vessel filling problem | 407 | July 1996 | Note 80.36 |

P. Glaister | An approximate solution of the grazing problem | 198 | June 1991 | Note 75.16 |

P. Glaister | An interesting result on centres of mass | 381 | November 1992 | Note 76.11 |

P. Glaister | Roots and reactions | 385 | November 1992 | Note 76.15 |

P. Glaister | Length of flight | 318 | October 1991 | Note 75.24 |

P. Glaister | Golden earrings | 224 | March 1996 | Note 80.08 |

P. Glaister | Second order differential equations - a unified approach | 392 | July 1996 | Note 80.27 |

P. Glaister | Transformation of improper integrals | 93 | March 1997 | Note 81.09 |

P. Glaister | On the area swept out by a projectile | 384 | November 1992 | Note 76.14 |

P. Glaister | Mathematical skyers | 470 | November 1998 | Note 82.51 |

P. Glaister | Two Fibonacci sums - a variation | 85 | March 1997 | Note 81.5 |

Paul Glaister | A result in modular arithmetic with an application | 66 | March 1994 | Note 78.09 |

Paul Glaister | Telescoping series | 443 | December 1991 | Note 75.45 |

Paul Glaister | Tetrahedra Fermat points and centroids | 360 | November 1993 | Note 77.15 |

Paul Glaister | Bump-to-bump | 93 | March 1995 | Note 79.04 |

Paul Glaister | Fibonacci power series | 521 | November 1995 | Article |

Paul Glaister | Spot the difference | 68 | March 1994 | Note 78.11 |

Paul Glaister | Multiplicative Fibonacci sequences | 68 | March 1994 | Note 78.10 |

Paul Glaister | A 'flat' function with some interesting properties and an application | 438 | December 1991 | Note 75.41 |

C. A. Glasbey | Sums on Channel 4's 'Countdown' | 178 | June 1991 | Article |

Shawn Glasco | Pythagorean triples | 574 | November 1995 | Note 79.60 |

Colin Goldsmith | Pascal triangle matrices | 343 | November 1994 | Note 78.19 |

Jeffrey Goodwin | Hilary Shuard (1928-1992) | 257 | July 1993 | Obituary |

J. R. Gosselin | On the scalar triple product and determinantal products | 280 | July 1992 | Note 76.06 |

Mike Grant and Malcolm Perella | Descending to the irrational | 263 | July 1999 | Note 83.25 |

Richard Grassl | The squares do fit! | 361 | July 1995 | Note 79.33 |

Richard Grassl & Robert Lochel | Where have your seen before? | 378 | November 1992 | Note 76.09 |

Richard Grassl and Tabitha Mingus | Equivalence classes and a familiar combinatorial identity | 98 | March 1998 | Note 82.14 |

David Green | Response to the DFE consultative document Superhighways for Education | 629 | November 1995 | Response |

David Green | Does it give the right angle? | 283 | July 1997 | Note 81.35 |

Paul Green & Pamela Liebeck | Bracelets | 232 | October 1990 | Article |

Raymond N. Greenwell | Why Simpson's rule gives exact answers for cubics | 508 | November 1999 | Note 83.68 |

Peter Griffin & John Mason | Walls and windows | 260 | October 1990 | Article |

H. B. Griffiths and A. J. Oldknow | A general approach to three-variable inequalities | 8 | March 1998 | Article |

Ian Griffiths | Squintics and the sinusoidal fallacy | 304 | November 1994 | Article |

Terry S. Griggs | Impolite numbers | 442 | December 1991 | Note 75.44 |

Branko Grünbaum & G. C. Shephard | Idiot-proof tiles | 143 | June 1991 | Article |

Branko Grünbaum and G. C. Shephard | A new Ceva-type theorem | 492 | November 1996 | Article |

Rod Haggerty | The mean value theorem and a counter example | 295 | October 1990 | Note 74.40 |

John Haigh | Averages are misleading | 59 | March 1994 | Note 78.06 |

John Haigh | Not only e, but | 54 | March 1994 | Note 78.04 |

Mowaffaq Hajja | Another curious cubic | 99 | March 1995 | Note 79.11 |

Mowaffaq Hajja | A note on Hoare's cubic | 99 | March 1995 | Note 79.10 |

Mowaffaq Hajja | An analytical proof of the generalised Steiner-Lehmus theorem | 493 | November 1999 | Note 83.56 |

Bob Hall | Gauss's counterexample | 359 | November 1992 | Article |

Bob Hall and Tim Rowland | The classical form of Pythagorean triples | 270 | July 1997 | Note 81.28 |

Vincent G. Hart | Two problems in telegraphy | 354 | December 1990 | Article |

Mark Harvey | Ever decreasing circles and inversion | 472 | November 1998 | Note 82.52 |

Mark Harvey | Locus problems with complex numbers | 286 | July 1997 | Note 81.36 |

Mark Harvey | A special quadratic | 267 | July 1997 | Note 81.26 |

Mark Harvey and Paul Woodruff | Fibonacci numbers and sums of inverse tangents | 565 | November 1995 | Note 79.53 |

Gillian Hatch | Still more about the (20, 21, 29) triangle | 548 | November 1996 | Note 80.40 |

Gillian Hatch | More on the general solution of the Pythagorean equation | 85 | March 1998 | Note 82.08 |

Gillian Hatch | Pythagorean Triples and Triangular Square Numbers | 51 | March 1995 | Article |

Allan Hayes | Mathematica: A system for doing mathematics by computer | 52 | March 1993 | Article |

Roger Heath-Brown | Roger Heath-Brown | 79 | March 1991 | People |

Torkil Heiede | Why teach history of mathematics? | 151 | March 1992 | Article |

John Hersee | Masterclasses, excitement, enrichment, extension - what are we trying to achieve? | 452 | November 1998 | Debate |

John Hersee | Curriculum development and the MA | 137 | March 1996 | Special |

John Hersee | AIMS (The 1993 Presidential Address) | 305 | July 1995 | Article |

Philip Hickin | Anamorphosis | 209 | July 1992 | Article |

Ray Hill | Counting and the reflection principle | 308 | October 1991 | Article |

Ray Hill, S. M. Elzaidi | Cubes and inverses of magic squares | 565 | November 1996 | Note 80.46 |

Peter Hilton & Jean Pederson | A deplorable fallacy - and a minor fault | 308 | November 1994 | Article |

Peter Hilton, Jean Pedersen, and Hans Walser | Greeting cards and fractals | 252 | July 1997 | Article |

Ann E. Hirst | What shape is an ellipse? | 400 | November 1999 | Article |

Ann E. Hirst and E. Keith Lloyd | Cassini, his ovals and a space probe to Saturn | 409 | November 1997 | Article |

Ann Hirst | Can you do it with heptagons? | 17 | March 1995 | Article |

Keith Hirst | Divisors of | 440 | November 1999 | Article |

Keith Hirst | Newton's method - with mistakes | 385 | July 1996 | Note 80.25 |

Keith Hirst | Consequences of GCSE in Mathematics for Degree Studies | 61 | March 1995 | Article |

G. T. Q. Hoare | A survey of mathematical logic, part II: post-1931 | 286 | July 1996 | Article |

G. T. Q. Hoare | Stanislaw Ulam 1909-1984 | 10 | March 1999 | Article |

Graham Hoare | Differences with a difference | 113 | March 1999 | Note 83.10 |

Graham Hoare | Hyperbolic mensuration | 497 | November 1999 | Note 83.58 |

Graham Hoare | A survey of mathematical logic, part I: pre-1931 | 83 | March 1996 | Special |

Graham Hoare | A salutary or solitary point | 369 | November 1992 | Article |

Graham Hoare | Hypercubes and Chebyshev | 375 | December 1990 | Note 74.47 |

Graham Hoare | Dr G. A. Garreau | 173 | June 1990 | Obituary |

Graham Hoare and Nick Lord | Stefan Banach (1892 - 1945) | 456 | November 1995 | Article |

David Hobbs and Simon Relf | The concept of integration: a fundamental approach | 167 | July 1998 | Article |

Larry Hoehn | The golden ratio via Ptolemy's theorem | 279 | October 1990 | Note 74.32 |

Larry Hoehn | Tangential properties of pentagrams | 281 | July 1997 | Note 81.34 |

Larry Hoehn | Pythagoras inside out | 544 | November 1996 | Note 80.38 |

C. R. Holmes | Imagine the roots of a quadratic | 285 | October 1990 | Note 74.35 |

Neville Holmes | Dicing decimal digits | 288 | July 1997 | Note 81.37 |

John Holte & Mark Holte | The probability of Ace-King adjacencies in a shuffled deck | 368 | November 1993 | Note 77.20 |

Derek Holton | Problem-solving? No. Mathematics? Yes! | 245 | July 1999 | Debate |

Linda Hope | Mission possible: Computers in chess and A-level mathematics | 11 | March 1994 | Article |

David Hopkins | Probabilities for the Name Game | 237 | July 1993 | Article |

David Hopkins | Calculating probabilities for Premium Bonds winnings | 149 | July 1994 | Article |

David Hopkins | David Hopkins | 98 | March 1993 | People |

Ken Houston | Assessing A level mathematics | 538 | November 1996 | Debate |

Graham Howlett | Vectors, centres and a touching theorem | 26 | March 1990 | Article |

Geoffrey Howson | Looking back - and looking forward | 129 | March 1996 | Special |

Colin Richard Hughes | Irrational roots | 502 | November 1999 | Note 83.61 |

Murray Humphreys and Nicholas Macharia | Tests for divisibility by 19 | 475 | November 1998 | Note 82.53 |

Guy Inchbald | Five space-filling polyhedra | 466 | November 1996 | Article |

Guy Inchbald | The Archimedean honeycomb duals | 213 | July 1997 | Article |

Dr. I. R. H. Jackson | What went wrong? | 381 | December 1990 | Note 74.50 |

Ian Jackson & Nick Lord | Tantalising triples in Pascal's triangle | 185 | June 1991 | Note 75.08 |

Chris Jagger | The independence game | 477 | November 1998 | Note 82.54 |

Janet Jagger and Kevin Lord | What is centrifugal force? | 484 | November 1995 | Article |

Graham Jameson | Counting subsets and the binomial theorem | 395 | July 1996 | Note 80.29 |

Timothy P. Jameson | The probability integral by volume of revolution | 339 | November 1994 | Note 78.16 |

Bertha Jeffreys | Recollections 1 | 37 | March 1996 | Special |

Kuang Jichang | Some extensions and refinements of Minc-Sathre inequality | 123 | March 1999 | Note 83.17 |

A. K. Jobbings | The volume of the -ball - II | 105 | March 1998 | Note 82.19 |

A. K. Jobbings | Quadric quadrilaterals | 220 | July 1997 | Article |

A. K. Jobbings | Fair means | 298 | July 1997 | Note 81.40 |

Andrew Jobbings | Chords, tangents and cubics | 348 | July 1995 | Note 79.26 |

Yohannon John | Mechanical construction of conics | 558 | November 1996 | Note 80.44 |

Glyn Johns & James Wiegeld | The palindrome problem in base 2 | 312 | November 1994 | Article |

Bob Johnson | An example of chaotic dynamics | 256 | October 1990 | Article |

Bob Johnson | The campaign for real conics | 282 | July 1992 | Note 76.08 |

Bob Johnson | A route to roots | 284 | October 1990 | Note 74.34 |

Phillip E. Johnson & Billie Ranson | The effect of a traditional secondary school geometry course on problem-solving ability | 114 | June 1990 | Article |

Scott Johnson and Hans Walser | Pop-up polyhedra | 364 | November 1997 | Article |

C. A. Jones, P. Jones and A. B. Bolt | Dissections of triangles into five similar triangles | 225 | July 1998 | Article |

Chris Jones and Nick Lord | Characterising non-trapezoidal numbers | 262 | July 1999 | Note 83.24 |

M. C. Jones | The World Cup draw's flaws | 335 | December 1990 | Article |

M. C. Jones | A not-so-flawed draw | 23 | March 1991 | Article |

Stephen Jones | Two iteration examples | 58 | March 1990 | Note 74.12 |

Tom Jones | A note on conditional probability | 88 | March 1993 | Note 77.06 |

J. Kashangaki | A test for divisibility by seven | 226 | March 1996 | Note 80.3 |

Stephen P. Kennedy | A (very) short proof of Fermat's little theorem | 48 | March 1994 | Note 78.01 |

Janet E. Kermode, M. W. Kermode, N. B. Backhouse | A Gauss trapezium integration rule | 389 | July 1996 | Note 80.26 |

Clark Kimberling | The origin of Ferrers graphs | 194 | July 1999 | Article |

S. King | Maximising a polygonal box | 96 | March 1997 | Note 81.11 |

R. Kirby | The scalar product from a different direction | 117 | March 1999 | Note 83.12 |

I. S. Knight | Why BODMAS? | 426 | November 1997 | Debate |

Donald E. Knuth | Leaper graphs | 274 | November 1994 | Article |

Marjolein Kool | Dust clouds from the sixteenth century | 90 | March 1992 | Article |

Thomas Koshy | Linear Diophantine equations, linear congruences, and matrices | 274 | July 1998 | Note 82.29 |

Thomas Koshy | The convergence of a Lucas series | 272 | July 1999 | Note 83.29 |

Thomas Koshy | The Euclidean algorithm via matrices and a calculator | 570 | November 1996 | Note 80.48 |

Thomas Koshy | New Fibonacci and Lucas identities | 481 | November 1998 | Note 82.55 |

Thomas Koshy | A generalisation of Euler's theorem | 80 | March 1998 | Note 82.06 |

Thomas Koshy | A generalisation of a curious sum | 97 | March 1999 | Note 83.04 |

Josip Kovacevic, Darko Veljan | A triangular analogue of the Pythagorean theorem | 550 | November 1996 | Note 80.41 |

Allan J. Kroopnick | A lower bound for | 88 | March 1997 | Note 81.6 |

Günter Kröber | On non-palindromic patterns in palindromic processes | 577 | November 1996 | Note 80.51 |

Philip W. Kuchel | Is there light at the end of the funnel? | 336 | November 1994 | Note 78.15 |

K. Kumar | Fitting of sigmoidal growth curves | 306 | November 1998 | Note 82.44 |

Y. S. Kupitz and H. Martini | Equifacial tetrahedra and a famous location problem | 464 | November 1999 | Note 83.46 |

Wilbert H. F. J. Körver | Matches and coins, an old game with new rules | 243 | March 1996 | Note 80.14 |

D. F. Lawden | Families of ovals and their orthogonal trajectories | 410 | November 1999 | Article |

Paul Lazenby | Locomotion at A level | 244 | July 1997 | Article |

Imre Leader | 40th International Mathematical Olympiad | 522 | November 1999 | Report |

P. M. Lee | Not so spurious | 200 | June 1991 | Note 75.17 |

Paul Lescot | A characterisation of prime numbers | 400 | July 1996 | Note 80.32 |

G. Leversha | A fruitful inequality | 335 | October 1991 | Note 75.31 |

G. Leversha, P. Sammutt, P. Woodruff | The shot-putter problem | 592 | November 1996 | Note 80.60 |

Gerald Leversha | or ? | 556 | November 1995 | Note 79.49 |

Gerry Leversha | The worst possible distribution | 447 | December 1991 | Note 75.47 |

C.-S. Lin | Heron's formula in 3-dimensional space | 370 | July 1996 | Note 80.18 |

D. V. Lindley | More on Stirling's formula | 484 | November 1998 | Note 82.56 |

D. V. Lindley | A brief history of Statistics in the last 100 years | 92 | March 1996 | Special |

Bernt Lindström | A sleeping bag for a baby snake | 451 | November 1997 | Note 81.50 |

E. Keith Lloyd | Area under a spiral staircase | 87 | March 1995 | Note 79.02 |

E. Keith Lloyd | The standard deviation of 1, 2, ... , - Pell's equation and rational triangles | 231 | July 1997 | Article |

Anthony Lo Bello | A mathematical problem from the autobiography of John Stuart Mill | 102 | March 1998 | Note 82.16 |

Anthony Lo Bello | Ask Marilyn: the mathematical controversy in Parade Magazine | 275 | October 1991 | Article |

Andrew Lobb | Deriving the th Catalan number | 109 | March 1999 | Note 83.08 |

Calvin T. Long | Magic in base 3 | 371 | November 1992 | Article |

Calvin T. Long | The twenty-seven card trick | 299 | October 1991 | Article |

Nick Lord | My favourite calculus problem | 226 | March 1996 | Note 80.4 |

Nick Lord | Recent calculations of pi: the Gauss-Salamin algorithm | 231 | July 1992 | Article |

Nick Lord | Inequalities for the range and standard deviation | 96 | March 1995 | Note 79.08 |

Nick Lord | A striking property of the (2, 3, 4) triangle | 93 | March 1998 | Note 82.11 |

Nick Lord | A dice rolling debacle! | 108 | March 1995 | Note 79.17 |

Nick Lord | The mechanics of the quadratic formula | 197 | June 1991 | Note 75.14 |

Nick Lord | Only connect ! | 396 | July 1996 | Note 80.30 |

Nick Lord | The tale of the lopsided parabola | 80 | March 1991 | Note 75.01 |

Nick Lord | David and Goliath proofs | 194 | June 1991 | Note 75.12 |

Nick Lord | Cauchy-Schwarz: as easy as. .. | 442 | December 1991 | Note 75.43 |

Nick Lord | A sixth form book list for the 1990s | 90 | March 1991 | Note 75.06 |

Nick Lord | An unusual iteration example | 118 | March 1999 | Note 83.13 |

Nick Lord | Half-lives and exponential decay | 304 | July 1999 | Note 83.42 |

Nick Lord | Another perverse approach to (and ) | 354 | July 1995 | Note 79.30 |

Nick Lord | Conversation with a chemist | 339 | October 1991 | Note 75.33 |

Nick Lord | Pictorial integration of and | 583 | November 1996 | Note 80.54 |

Nick Lord | Balancing and golden rectangles | 573 | November 1995 | Note 79.59 |

Nick Lord | Prime values of polynomials | 572 | November 1995 | Note 79.58 |

Nick Lord | A vacuous volume formula | 119 | March 1999 | Note 83.14 |

Nick Lord | More algebraic tiling proofs | 391 | November 1992 | Note 76.19 |

Nick Lord | A chi-square nightmare | 274 | July 1992 | Note 76.03 |

Nick Lord | Terminal velocity | 324 | October 1991 | Note 75.26 |

Nick Lord | Recent formulae for : arctan revisited! | 479 | November 1999 | Note 83.50 |

Nick Lord | A 'maths bite': how to impress a chemist | 584 | November 1996 | Note 80.55 |

Nick Lord | A holey unexpected result? | 361 | November 1993 | Note 77.16 |

Nick Lord | An NMC surprise | 98 | March 1995 | Note 79.09 |

Nick Lord | From vectors to reversal paradoxes | 55 | March 1990 | Note 74.11 |

Nick Lord | Modern proofs of an ancient Egyptian approximation | 156 | June 1990 | Note 74.22 |

Nick Lord | Pure mechanics? | 160 | June 1990 | Note 74.24 |

Nick Lord | The folding box problem | 361 | December 1990 | Article |

Nick Lord | A interception problem | 351 | December 1990 | Article |

Keith Luoma | What's in a name? | 297 | July 1996 | Article |

Keith Luoma | The truth behind 'famous name' mathematics | 349 | July 1996 | Article |

Alastair MacDougall | The seminal Pythagorean triple (0, 1, 1) | 485 | November 1998 | Note 82.57 |

Alastair MacDougall | A Pascal-like triangle for coefficients of Chebyshev polynomials | 276 | July 1999 | Note 83.31 |

Jim MacDougall | Some arithmetic progression identities | 390 | July 1995 | Note 79.45 |

Dcsmond MacHale | What does 'mean' mean ? | 239 | October 1990 | Article |

Des MacHale | 366 | November 1992 | Article | |

Des MacHale | Vanishing coffee mornings and Irish elections | 118 | March 1997 | Note 81.21 |

Des MacHale | Totally non-commutative systems | 283 | July 1998 | Note 82.33 |

Des MacHale | How easy is a golf putt? | 382 | November 1992 | Note 76.12 |

Desmond MacHale | My favourite polynomial | 157 | June 1991 | Article |

Nick MacKinnon | Some thoughts on polyomino tiles | 31 | March 1990 | Article |

Nick MacKinnon | The Starship Enterprise and cyclic hexagons | 40 | March 1990 | Note 74.01 |

Nick MacKinnon | How to win the National Lottery | 329 | November 1994 | Article |

Nick MacKinnon | The future of the Gazette, and our futures | 105 | June 1990 | Article |

Nick MacKinnon | Tiger tokens | 537 | November 1995 | Debate |

Nick MacKinnon | Newton's teaser | 2 | March 1992 | Article |

Nick MacKinnon | Homage to Babylon | 158 | March 1992 | Article |

Nick MacKinnon | The portrait of Fra Luca Pacioli | 130 | July 1993 | Article |

Nick MacKinnon | Extraordinary pictures of some simple sums | 247 | July 1993 | Note 77.10 |

Nick MacKinnon | Friends in youth | 2 | March 1993 | Article |

Nick MacKinnon | A problem from Heron's geometrica | 366 | December 1990 | Note 74.41 |

Nick MacKinnon | Partitions and the dancing bear | 127 | June 1990 | Article |

Nick MacKinnon | Which primes are produced by Euclid's proof? | 237 | March 1996 | Note 80.11 |

Nick MacKinnon | Sophie Germain | 346 | December 1990 | Article |

Nick MacKinnon | A strange near-identity | 275 | October 1990 | Note 74.30 |

Nick MacKinnon & 2Mk & 3Mk | The Steiner grid problem | 161 | June 1990 | Note 74.25 |

Nick MacKinnon & 5Ma | Another surprising appearance of e | 167 | June 1990 | Note 74.27 |

Nick MacKinnon & 5Ma | A lesson the St. Petersburg paradox | 51 | March 1990 | Note 74.09 |

George Mackiw | The linear group SL (2, 3) as a source of examples | 64 | March 1997 | Article |

R. H. Macmillan | Epidemics | 303 | November 1998 | Note 82.43 |

R. H. Macmillan | Area of a triangle | 88 | March 1993 | Note 77.05 |

R. H. Macmillan | Decibel arithmetic | 150 | June 1990 | Note 74.20 |

Robert Macmillan | A hundred years of calculating aids | 101 | March 1996 | Special |

Robert Macmillan | Pick's Theorem for a triangular lattice | 273 | July 1997 | Note 81.30 |

Robert Macmillan | Getting the right perspective | 258 | July 1996 | Article |

Robert Macmillan | Roots from square roots | 353 | July 1995 | Note 79.29 |

Robert Macmillan | Which computer language? | 242 | July 1993 | Article |

W. B. Macro | Video tapes | 129 | June 1990 | Article |

Taichi Maekawa | A geometrical proof of a trigonometric inequality | 278 | July 1998 | Note 82.31 |

Philip Maher | Towards mathology | 542 | November 1995 | Debate |

Philip Maher | Calculus at A level and its understanding | 68 | March 1991 | Article |

Munir Mahmood, Phillip Edwards and Sarjinder Singh | Bounds for and the factorial polynomial | 111 | March 1999 | Note 83.09 |

Cheryl Maiden | Cheryl Maiden | 352 | November 1993 | People |

E. Marchand | On the number e and increasing runs | 552 | November 1995 | Note 79.47 |

Richard Marcuson | Old sums from new | 359 | July 1995 | Note 79.32 |

George Markowsky | Making a Golden Rectangle by paper folding | 85 | March 1991 | Note 75.03 |

John Mason | Difference-divisible sequences | 223 | October 1990 | Article |

Rajeev George Mathew | An area property of right-angled triangles | 571 | November 1995 | Note 79.57 |

Katsuhisa Matsumoto | An elementary summation of the Leibniz series | 567 | November 1995 | Note 79.54 |

Robert Matthews | The law of credulity | 327 | November 1993 | Article |

Dmitry Mavlo | Absolute Prime Numbers | 299 | July 1995 | Article |

K. E. Mawardy | A simple introduction to a hyperstatic structure | 308 | July 1999 | Note 83.45 |

Ken May | A surprising property of parabolic segments | 452 | December 1991 | Note 75.48 |

Fernando Mayoral | Semi-magic squares and their orthogonal complements | 308 | July 1996 | Article |

Adam C. McBride | 38th International Mathematical Olympiad | 477 | November 1997 | Report |

Adam C. McBride | Revision of CSYS Mathematics | 75 | March 1991 | Article |

Adam C. McBride | 37th International Mathematical Olympiad | 611 | November 1996 | Report |

Adam C. McBride | 39th International Mathematical Olympiad | 514 | November 1998 | Report |

Adam McBride | Remarks on Pell's equation and square root algorithms | 47 | March 1999 | Article |

William McCrea | Personalities and Presidents | 19 | March 1996 | Special |

Kelly M. McGuire, G. Mackiw and C. H. Morrell | The Secret Santa problem | 467 | November 1999 | Note 83.47 |

K. Robin McLean | There are only three SP numbers! | 32 | March 1999 | Article |

K. Robin McLean | Picturing equivalent systems of coplanar forces | 111 | March 1995 | Note 79.19 |

K. Robin McLean | Almost symmetric polygons: when are they closed? | 291 | July 1999 | Note 83.36 |

K. Robin McLean | Polynomials with equally spaced zeros | 526 | November 1996 | Article |

K. Robin McLean | Prime-valued polynomials | 195 | July 1998 | Article |

K. Robin McLean | Dungeons, dragons and dice | 243 | October 1990 | Article |

K. Robin McLean | What goes up must come down, but it will take longer | 203 | June 1991 | Note 75.20 |

K. Robin McLean | The harmonic hurdler runs again | 190 | June 1991 | Note 75.10 |

K. Robin McLean | Are all prime numbers obviously prime? | 251 | July 1993 | Note 77.11 |

K. Robin McLean | Symmetric cubic functions and inequalities | 477 | November 1999 | Note 83.49 |

K. Robin McLean | Playing Diffy with real sequences | 58 | March 1999 | Article |

K. Robin McLean | On the verge of chaos | 378 | July 1995 | Note 79.38 |

K. Robin McLean | Curves which are alike at all points | 229 | March 1996 | Note 80.5 |

Charles McNeill | Playing with Pythagoras and geometric arithmetic | 446 | November 1999 | Article |

Jean Melrose | A non-abelian group | 384 | November 1992 | Note 76.13 |

Ad Meskens | Gregory of Saint Vincent: a pioneer of the calculus | 315 | November 1994 | Article |

Joerg Meyer | A further look at Pythagoras | 488 | November 1998 | Note 82.58 |

Francis G. Miles | Prime decades | 260 | July 1999 | Note 83.23 |

Francis G. Miles | Logarithms | 89 | March 1999 | Note 83.01 |

J. T. S. Mills | Another family tree of Pythagorean triples | 545 | November 1996 | Note 80.39 |

John Mills, David Tall & Michael Wardle | A Quartic with a thousand roots | 339 | December 1990 | Article |

John Monaghan | Products of Pythagorean triples are multiples of 60 | 432 | December 1991 | Note 75.38 |

Tim Morland | Approximations to the normal distribution function | 431 | November 1998 | Article |

W. O. J. Moser | Sums of th powers | 332 | October 1991 | Note 75.30 |

Chris Nash | Infinite series by reduction formulae | 140 | June 1990 | Note 74.15 |

Tãnase Negoi | A faster convergence to Euler's constant | 487 | November 1999 | Note 83.52 |

Peter M. Neumann | A hundred years of finite group theory | 106 | March 1996 | Special |

Graham Newson | Simpson's paradox revisited | 290 | October 1991 | Article |

Gerald Newth | A 'radical' definition for sample variance | 507 | November 1999 | Note 83.66 |

R. W. D. Nickalls | A new approach to solving the cubic: Cardan's solution revealed | 354 | November 1993 | Article |

R. W. D. Nickalls | A note on solving cubics | 576 | November 1996 | Note 80.50 |

R. W. D. Nickalls and R. H. Dye | The geometry of the discriminant of a polynomial | 279 | July 1996 | Article |

Diogenes O'Rell | On the symmetries of a Grecian urn | 269 | July 1992 | Article |

Kenzi Odani | A rough-and-ready rule for fractions | 107 | March 1998 | Note 82.21 |

Kenzi Odani and Shihomi Takase | On a theorem of Brianchon and Poncelet | 483 | November 1999 | Note 83.51 |

Ron Ofir & Abraham Arcavi | Word problems and equations: an historical activity for the algebra classroom | 69 | March 1992 | Article |

Hiroshi Okumura | Incircles and excircles of right-angled triangles | 278 | October 1990 | Note 74.31 |

Hiroshi Okumura | Two similar triangles | 569 | November 1995 | Note 79.56 |

Adrian Oldknow | Computer Aided Research into Triangle Geometry | 263 | July 1995 | Article |

Adrian Oldknow | On Twin Peaks and Flat Functions | 47 | March 1995 | Article |

Jack Oliver | Pythagoras' Theorem: an alternative to Note 79.57 | 117 | March 1997 | Note 81.20 |

P. P. Ong | Hidden strengths of dimensional analysis | 303 | October 1991 | Article |

Christopher Ormell | A certian sense of the possibility 2: getting the maths-science relationship right | 18 | March 1994 | Article |

Christopher Ormell | A certain sense of the possibility of application | 322 | November 1993 | Article |

Margaret A. Owens and Neil Schwertman | The Mathematics of the Place Kick | 56 | March 1995 | Article |

Alan Oxley | Magic cubes from Latin Squares | 403 | November 1992 | Note 76.26 |

David Pagni | An interesting number fact | 271 | July 1998 | Note 82.27 |

S. Parameswaran | Whish's showroom revisited | 28 | March 1992 | Article |

S. Parameswaran | Smaller numbers with more divisors | 268 | July 1998 | Note 82.26 |

S. Parameswaran | Madhavan, the father of analysis | 12 | March 1997 | Article |

S. Parameswaran | Numbers and their digits - a structural pattern | 263 | July 1997 | Note 81.24 |

S. Parameswaran | Numbers and their digits - II | 506 | November 1999 | Note 83.65 |

A. R. Pargeter | The addition formula for cosine | 235 | March 1996 | Note 80.9 |

A. R. Pargeter | Barcodes I | 2 | March 1994 | Article |

A. Robert Pargeter | Some thoughts on three recent notes | 454 | November 1997 | Note 81.52 |

A. Robert Pargeter | An example of strong induction | 406 | July 1996 | Note 80.35 |

A. Robert Pargeter | Superautomorphic numbers | 277 | October 1991 | Article |

A. Robert Pargeter | In praise of geometry | 127 | March 1996 | Special |

Robert Pargeter | The vanishing coffee morning | 386 | November 1992 | Note 76.16 |

Greg Parker and Steve Abbott | Complex power iterations | 431 | November 1997 | Note 81.43 |

Greg Parker and Steve Roberts | A beautiful new playground | 19 | March 1998 | Article |

C. F. Parry | Steiner-Lehmus and the Feuerbach triangles | 275 | July 1995 | Article |

C. F. Parry | Steiner-Lehmus and the automedian triangle | 151 | June 1991 | Article |

C. F. Parry | Not Steiner but Fermat | 384 | December 1990 | Note 74.52 |

Cyril F. Parry | A comment on Note 81.46 | 129 | March 1999 | Note 83.19 |

S. L. Parsonson | John Butler Morgan | 123 | March 1998 | Obituary |

Josip Pecaric and Lars-Erik Persson | On an inequality of Hardy-Littlewood-Pólya | 383 | July 1995 | Note 79.42 |

D. H. Peregrine | A drawbridge in balance | 280 | July 1992 | Note 76.07 |

Blake E. Peterson and James H. Jordan | Integer geometry: some examples and constructions | 18 | March 1997 | Article |

Brian J. Philp | Differentiation using the product rule | 303 | July 1999 | Note 83.41 |

Neil Pitcher | The chain rule enhanced by computer | 367 | December 1990 | Note 74.42 |

J. M. Pollard | Unforgettable Fermat factors | 77 | March 1998 | Note 82.05 |

Mirko Polonijo | On associativity and commutativity | 280 | July 1998 | Note 82.32 |

Fulvio Pompili | Evolution of finite sequences of integers | 322 | July 1996 | Article |

Roger Porkess | Perceptions of change | 356 | July 1996 | Debate |

Roger Porkess | Does our school curriculum teach students how to do mathematics? | 82 | March 1999 | Debate |

Nigel Price | Train line capacity | 558 | November 1995 | Note 79.50 |

Chris Pritchard | The contributions of four Scots to the early development of statistics | 61 | March 1992 | Article |

Chris Pritchard | Division of stakes in golf | 587 | November 1996 | Note 80.58 |

Chris Pritchard | Tendril of the hop and tendril of the vine Peter Guthrie Tait and Quaternions, Part I | 26 | March 1998 | Article |

Chris Pritchard | Flaming swords and hermaphrodite monsters Peter Guthrie Tait and Quaternions, Part II | 235 | July 1998 | Article |

E. A. Pritchard | An algorithm for solving cubic equations | 350 | July 1995 | Note 79.27 |

Douglas Quadling | Pi in my eye | 314 | November 1993 | Article |

Douglas Quadling | Making the grade | 261 | July 1992 | Article |

Douglas Quadling | Margaret Hayman | 127 | March 1995 | Obituary |

Douglas Quadling | What is the matter with negative ? | 174 | June 1991 | Article |

Douglas Quadling | A century of textbooks | 119 | March 1996 | Special |

Douglas Quadling | Walter James Langford | 300 | July 1997 | Obituary |

Douglas Quadling | More tantalising triples | 398 | November 1992 | Note 76.21 |

Peter Ransom | A historical approach to maximum and minimum problems | 85 | March 1992 | Article |

Alan H. Rapoport | Birthday problems - a search for elementary solutions | 111 | March 1998 | Note 82.23 |

James V. Rauff | Augustus de Morgan on the teaching of mathematics | 97 | March 1992 | Article |

A. D. Rawlins | A note on the golden ratio | 104 | March 1995 | Note 79.13 |

Margaret Rayner | Dom George Temple, CBE, FRS (1901-1992) | 126 | March 1995 | Obituary |

John B. Reade | Icebows | 3 | March 1997 | Article |

John B. Reade | The mathematics of equal temperament | 500 | November 1999 | Note 83.60 |

Neville Reed | A curved folding box | 275 | July 1992 | Note 76.04 |

Neville Reed | An intuitive proof of an interesting result on centres of mass | 346 | November 1994 | Note 78.20 |

Neville Reed | Discovering the golden section | 115 | March 1997 | Note 81.18 |

R. J. Reed | An intransitive example of a Markov chain | 411 | July 1996 | Note 80.37 |

J. F. Reynolds | On solving | 380 | July 1995 | Note 79.39 |

John Reynolds | Points of inflection - the whole truth | 427 | December 1991 | Note 75.36 |

Peter Reynolds | That impostor 1.4142136 | 533 | November 1995 | Debate |

Peter Reynolds | Full circle (1990 Presidential address) | 211 | October 1990 | Article |

Peter Reynolds | A sister for the Mathematical Gazette | 33 | March 1996 | Special |

Bill Richardson | Producing the Gazette | 3 | March 1996 | Special |

Bill Richardson | The 1997 Presidential Address | 354 | November 1997 | Article |

Bill Richardson | Is it or isn't it? | 589 | November 1996 | Note 80.59 |

John Rigby | Tiling the plane with similar polygons of two sizes | 560 | November 1995 | Note 79.51 |

John Rigby | Geometry without the cosine rule | 283 | July 1999 | Note 83.33 |

Jack M. Robertson & Willim A. Webb | Sieving with sums | 171 | June 1991 | Article |

Anthony C. Robin | A quick approximation to the normal integral | 95 | March 1997 | Note 81.10 |

Anthony C. Robin | Simple trigonometric approximations | 385 | July 1995 | Note 79.43 |

Anthony C. Robin | The traveller's problem | 402 | December 1991 | Article |

Anthony C. Robin | A crude but simple approximation to tan () | 382 | December 1990 | Note 74.51 |

Anthony C. Robin | Rational approximations | 11 | March 1990 | Article |

Anthony C. Robin | What is a sketch ? | 149 | June 1990 | Note 74.19 |

Anthony C. Robin | Where shall we meet? | 106 | June 1990 | Article |

Tony Robin & Nick Lord | Minimum wage policy | 362 | November 1992 | Article |

Philip Robinson | Evangelista Torricelli | 37 | March 1994 | Article |

Philip Robinson | On the geometrical approach to projectile motion | 118 | March 1998 | Note 82.25 |

J. Chris Robson | Something interesting! (1999 Presidential Address) | 386 | November 1999 | Article |

P. L. Roe | The best shape for a tin can | 147 | June 1991 | Article |

Tom Roper | The mathematics of bowls | 298 | July 1996 | Article |

Tom Roper | Anyone for tennis? | 199 | July 1999 | Article |

Tom Roper | Mathematics and the motion of the human body, continued. | 146 | June 1990 | Note 74.18 |

Tom Roper | Mathematics and the motion of the human body | 19 | March 1990 | Article |

Tom Roper & Ron Hartley | '. . . Assume the string is inextensible and elastic . . .' | 15 | March 1991 | Article |

Tim Rowland | Promoting cornflakes: what do you expect? | 549 | November 1995 | Note 79.46 |

Sebastian Martin Ruiz | A result on prime numbers | 269 | July 1997 | Note 81.27 |

Sebastián Martín Ruiz | An algebraic identity leading to Wilson's theorem | 579 | November 1996 | Note 80.52 |

Kenneth Ruthven | Advanced calculators and advanced-level mathematics | 48 | March 1991 | Article |

Kenneth Ruthven | The technology test: new items for a new era | 360 | July 1996 | Debate |

Noel J. Rutter | The curious world of Mersenne roots | 102 | March 1995 | Note 79.12 |

M. Rycraft | Norman Lamont meets the Russian peasant | 253 | July 1993 | Note 77.12 |

Michael Rycraft | What is the date then? | 298 | November 1994 | Article |

G. Rzadkowski | Remarks on the formulae of Stirling and Wallis | 429 | November 1997 | Note 81.42 |

Paul Sanders | Averaging sequences | 326 | November 1994 | Article |

Arturo Sangalli | How to make sense of the integers and their operations | 201 | July 1997 | Article |

Amites Sarkar | Amites Sarkar | 456 | December 1991 | People |

Robert Saunders & Trevor Randall | The family tree of the Pythagorean triplets revisited | 190 | July 1994 | Note 78.12 |

W. W. Sawyer | What use are abstract spaces? | 167 | March 1996 | Article |

Werner Schindler | An isoperimetrical problem in n dimensions | 433 | November 1999 | Article |

Rosemary Schmalz | A 'natural' approach to e | 370 | December 1990 | Note 74.44 |

J. A. Scott | A fractal curve suggested by the MA crest | 236 | March 1996 | Note 80.10 |

J. A. Scott | A conjecture and an unusual kind of inductive step | 277 | July 1998 | Note 82.30 |

J. A. Scott | The volume of the -ball - I | 104 | March 1998 | Note 82.18 |

J. A. Scott | After Fermat, yet another equation | 271 | July 1999 | Note 83.28 |

J. A. Scott | On the theorem of means: is G nearer A or H? | 104 | March 1998 | Note 82.17 |

J. A. Scott | Some examples of the use of areal coordinates in triangle geometry | 472 | November 1999 | Note 83.48 |

J. A. Scott | An interesting infinite series | 305 | July 1999 | Note 83.43 |

J. A. Scott | Solid angles and the tetrahedron | 397 | November 1992 | Note 76.22 |

J. A. Scott | Some simple applications of convexity | 279 | July 1997 | Note 81.33 |

J. A. Scott | On the duality of spherical triangles | 369 | July 1996 | Note 80.17 |

J. A. Scott | On pi and the concept of solid angle | 368 | July 1996 | Note 80.16 |

J. A. Scott | On the least distance from three fixed points | 374 | July 1996 | Note 80.20 |

J. A. Scott | On sequences of regular convex polytopes | 584 | November 1996 | Note 80.56 |

J. A. Scott | The Euler constant gamma without logarithms | 585 | November 1996 | Note 80.57 |

Nigel H. Scott | On square-rooting matrices | 111 | June 1990 | Article |

Paul Scott | Some recent discoveries in elementary geometry | 391 | November 1997 | Article |

R. E. Scraton | An unexpected minimum value | 60 | March 1994 | Note 78.07 |

R. E. Scratton | Some formulae for calculating arctan | 429 | December 1991 | Note 75.37 |

Brigitte Servatius | The geometry of folding paper dolls | 29 | March 1997 | Article |

Ron Shail | Some properties of Brocard points | 485 | November 1996 | Article |

G. P. Shannon | A determinantal howler | 64 | March 1994 | Note 78.08 |

Daniel B. Shapiro | A geometric view of magic squares | 108 | March 1999 | Note 83.07 |

John Sharp | Have you seen this number? | 203 | July 1998 | Article |

Neil Sheldon | On Stirling's formula | 273 | July 1998 | Note 82.28 |

G. C. Shephard | Centroids of polygons and polyhedra | 42 | March 1990 | Note 74.02 |

G. C. Shephard | The Compleat Ceva | 74 | March 1999 | Article |

P. Shiu | Progress in Number Theory | 54 | March 1996 | Special |

P. Shiu | Slower and longer when coming down! | 128 | March 1999 | Note 83.18 |

P. Shiu | More on Estermann and Pythagoras | 267 | July 1999 | Note 83.26 |

P. Shiu | Computations of the partition function | 45 | March 1997 | Article |

Peter Shiu | Paul Erdös (26 March 1913 - 20 September 1996) | 602 | November 1996 | Obituary |

Les Short | Snowflakes and hexagons: a pictorial view | 270 | July 1992 | Note 76.01 |

Les Short | Continued fractions and rounding errors | 80 | March 1993 | Note 77.03 |

Charles L. Silver | The voting paradox | 387 | November 1992 | Note 76.17 |

John R. Silvester | The Political Frogs | 58 | March 1997 | Article |

John R. Silvester | Decimal déjà vu | 453 | November 1999 | Workshop |

S. Simons | Modified iterations | 293 | October 1990 | Note 74.39 |

S. Simons | Simple tests for small integer factors | 489 | November 1998 | Note 82.59 |

S. Simons | An iterative algorithm for matrix inversion which is always convergent | 567 | November 1996 | Note 80.47 |

S. Simons | Approximate matrix inversion | 91 | March 1995 | Note 79.03 |

David Singmaster | Some decimal points | 422 | November 1997 | Debate |

David Singmaster | According to Cocker - ?? | 302 | November 1998 | Note 82.42 |

David Singmaster | The probability of finding an adjacent pair in a deck | 293 | October 1991 | Article |

David Singmaster & John Hadley | Problems to sharpen the young | 102 | March 1992 | Article |

Ganesh Sittampalam | Ganesh Sittampalam | 445 | November 1992 | People |

Man-Keung Siu | Estermann and Pythagoras | 92 | March 1998 | Note 82.10 |

Richard Skevington | Extending Pic's theorem | 136 | June 1990 | Note 74.13 |

Cathy Smith | Seeing is believing | 68 | March 1997 | Article |

Cedric A. B. Smith | A note on notation for factorials | 423 | November 1997 | Debate |

Cedric A. B. Smith | Lagrange's inversion formula and function matrices | 532 | November 1996 | Article |

John D. Smith | An intuitive approach to calculus | 244 | November 1994 | Article |

John D. Smith | The remarkable Ibn al-Haytham | 189 | March 1992 | Article |

Michael Smith | Polygons and lines of symmetry | 364 | November 1993 | Note 77.17 |

A. Sofo | Generalisation of a radical identity | 274 | July 1999 | Note 83.30 |

P. C. Sommayya | A curious property of 142857 | 76 | March 1998 | Note 82.04 |

P. Stanley | Fair means or foul | 422 | December 1991 | Article |

E. Stephens | Slowly convergent infinite products | 561 | November 1995 | Note 79.52 |

Paul Stephenson | Solitary Solarians and densely packed spheres | 426 | November 1999 | Article |

Paul Stephenson | Unit fractions in Routh's theorem | 446 | December 1991 | Note 75.46 |

Paul Stephenson | Plato's fourth solid and the 'pyritohedron' | 220 | July 1993 | Article |

Martin D. Stern | A mediaeval derivation of the sum of an arithmetic progression | 157 | June 1990 | Note 74.23 |

Ian Stewart | Bye-bye Bourbaki | 496 | November 1995 | Article |

Ian Stewart | The ultimate in technology transfer | 163 | March 1996 | Article |

Karel Stroethoff | Heron's formula via complex numbers | 292 | July 1999 | Note 83.37 |

Mark Strutt & Adrian Oldknow | An exponential iteration with complex connections | 269 | October 1990 | Article |

Kenneth A. Suman | A problem in arrangements with adjacency restrictions | 366 | November 1993 | Note 77.19 |

Dick Tahta | Trial by jury | 306 | October 1991 | Article |

Dick Tahta | Hidden ratios | 335 | November 1992 | Article |

Dick Tahta | On the geometry of the sriyantra | 49 | March 1992 | Article |

David Tall & John Mills | Modelling irrational numbers in analysis using elementary programming | 243 | July 1992 | Article |

D. Talukdar, N. R. Das | Measuring associativity in a groupoid of natural numbers | 401 | July 1996 | Note 80.33 |

Alan Tammadge | Recollections 2 | 39 | March 1996 | Special |

Sally Taverner | Comparing Boards in A level Mathematics | 362 | July 1996 | Debate |

Sally Taverner | Going dotty with vectors | 293 | July 1997 | Note 81.38 |

Martin Taylor | Calculators and Computer Algebra Systems | 68 | March 1995 | Article |

Bryan Thwaites | Two Conjectures or how to win £1100 | 35 | March 1996 | Special |

G. N. Thwaites | Which way round? | 253 | July 1993 | Note 77.13 |

Sir Bryan Thwaites | Sir James Lighthill F.R.S. | 496 | November 1998 | Obituary |

Dushy Tissainayagam and Brendan Owen | How many loops in the box? | 115 | March 1998 | Note 82.24 |

John Trainin | The best view of Saturn's rings | 104 | March 1995 | Note 79.14 |

Götz Trenkler | Four square roots of the vector cross product | 100 | March 1998 | Note 82.15 |

Götz Trenkler | Another look at cubes and inverses of magic squares | 288 | July 1998 | Note 82.35 |

Marián Trenkler | Magic cubes | 56 | March 1998 | Article |

Marián Trenkler | Magic rectangles | 102 | March 1999 | Note 83.05 |

S. Y. Trimble | The limiting case of triangles formed by angle bisectors | 554 | November 1996 | Note 80.42 |

G. B. Trustrum | A David and Goliath proof of a property unique to the sum of cubes | 53 | March 1994 | Note 78.03 |

Zdzislaw W. Trzaska | A simple approach for solving linear differential equations of the second order | 294 | July 1998 | Note 82.38 |

Zdzislaw W. Trzaska | On factorial Fibonacci numbers | 82 | March 1997 | Note 81.4 |

Hans J. H. Tuenter | Another problem for Carl Friedrich: on the sums and | 495 | November 1999 | Note 83.57 |

Ian Tweddle | The prickly genius - Colin MacLaurin (1698-1746) | 373 | November 1998 | Article |

S. Vaithianathan | Bordered magic squares of odd order | 438 | November 1998 | Article |

Julian van der Burg | Letters to a mathematics teacher | 90 | March 1993 | Note 77.07 |

Julian van der Burg | Bisection is best | 575 | November 1995 | Note 79.61 |

Jan van Maanen | From quadrature to integration: thirteen years in the life of the cissoid | 1 | March 1991 | Article |

Jan van Maanen | Teaching geometry to 11 year old 'medieval lawyers' | 37 | March 1992 | Article |

Jan van Maanen | Seventeenth century instruments for drawing conic sections | 222 | July 1992 | Article |

Greetings | 41 | March 1996 | Special | |

Adam Vile | Planar graphs via squashing polyhedra and dynamic geometry | 398 | November 1997 | Article |

Roger Voles | Integer solutions of | 269 | July 1999 | Note 83.27 |

Roger Voles | An exploration of hyperpower equations | 210 | July 1999 | Article |

Roger Voles | Rings of winning dice and spinners | 298 | July 1999 | Note 83.40 |

Peter Walker | A bijection from Z to Q | 119 | March 1995 | Note 79.22 |

Nigel Walkey & Gerald Goodall | How many rugby balls can you fit in a minibus ? | 32 | March 1991 | Article |

Yongji Wang and Kaiyuan Cai | On a driving hazard problem | 226 | July 1999 | Article |

Ian Warburton | Bride's chair revisited again ! | 557 | November 1996 | Note 80.43 |

A. J. B. Ward | The solution of finite-difference equations | 215 | July 1998 | Article |

A. J. B. Ward | A brief note to prove Roth's removal rule | 499 | November 1999 | Note 83.59 |

Ian Ward | The Tritet Rule | 380 | July 1995 | Note 79.40 |

Stephen Warr | The velocity vector as Pinocchio's nose | 509 | November 1999 | Note 83.69 |

F. R. Watson | Proscheeding unshtedily to a limit . . . | 189 | July 1998 | Article |

Rex Watson | The number of colourings of a polyhedron | 479 | November 1995 | Article |

Rex Watson | Runs of composite integers and the Chinese Remainder Theorem | 167 | July 1994 | Article |

Roger Webster | Bride's chair revisited | 345 | November 1994 | Note 78.19 |

David Wells | David Wells | 343 | October 1991 | People |

D. R. Westbook | The desert fox, a variation of the jeep problem | 49 | March 1990 | Note 74.07 |

J. D. Weston | Generalised Fibonacci matrices | 97 | March 1998 | Note 82.13 |

J. D. Weston | Some groups of numbers | 208 | July 1997 | Article |

Michael Wetherfield | The enhancement of Machin's formula by Todd's process | 333 | July 1996 | Article |

Michael Wetherfield | Machin revisited | 121 | March 1997 | Note 81.23 |

Arthur White and Robin Wilson | The Hunting Group | 5 | March 1995 | Article |

J. R. C. Whyte | Chaotic opinion polls | 77 | March 1993 | Note 77.01 |

Brian Wichmann | An encyclopaedia of tiling patterns | 265 | November 1994 | Article |

Harold Williams | The mathematics of flat green bowling | 242 | July 1998 | Article |

W. W. Willson & G. L. Wilson | An ancient Egyptian approximation | 89 | March 1991 | Note 75.05 |

David B. Wilson | Collinear centres of enlargement | 372 | July 1996 | Note 80.19 |

P. M. H. Wilson | Changes in the Cambridge mathematics course | 72 | March 1991 | Article |

Richard B. Wilson | A modular approach to sixth form mathematics | 55 | March 1991 | Article |

Justin Eze Woko | A Pascal-like triangle for | 75 | March 1997 | Note 81.1 |

William Wynne Willson | Turtles on skis | 176 | March 1996 | Article |

William Wynne Willson | Five types of ambiguity (The 1994 Presidential Address) | 174 | July 1994 | Article |

Robert M. Young | On invariant subspaces | 368 | December 1990 | Note 74.43 |

Robert M. Young | On the evaluation of certain improper integrals | 88 | March 1991 | Note 75.04 |

Robert M. Young | Probability, pi, and the primes | 443 | November 1998 | Article |

Robert M. Young | Euler's constant | 187 | June 1991 | Note 75.09 |

A. Zulauf | Shortening the home stretch I | 94 | March 1995 | Note 79.05 |