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Happy birthday Plus! — celebrating 10 years of bringing mathematics to life
Plus 10 — what were the greatest mathematical advances in the last decade?
What is maths for? - What do we hope people will know after studying maths at school?
New Plus posters! - Find out how you can get hold of your own copy of our brilliant new poster!
Specially for students - This issue of Plus brings you the first of an occasional series expecially for use in the classroom.
Optional maths - should students be able to give up maths at age 14?
Outer space - In what will now be a regular feature, mathematician and cosmologist John D. Barrow shares some maths that's amused and intrigued him.
Readers' corner- More Strange activities for last issue's Ship of Fools!
Information overload - how mathematicians are helping us all to make sense of the vast amount of information now available to us
Sum problems - can you be good at mathematics without being good at arithmetic?
Readers' corner - Meet Mandy, the cuddly Mandelbrot set!
A team of computer scientists has found a weakness in the world's most popular anonymity service.
Crimes and earthquakes
How the maths that is used to predict earthquakes can help fight gang crime.
Rewriting the enormous theorem
Mathematicians are busy tidying up the largest proof in history.
Maths in a minute: Tiling troubles
Why there are only three regular polygons you can tile a wall with.
Police and thieves
Using maths to simulate the behaviour of criminals.
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