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  1. The happy ending problem

    ... Submitted by Giorgio Antonelli on November 7, 2016 Let's see if we can draw a convex quadrilateral ...

    Marianne - 9 Dec 2016 - 16:40 - 3 comments

  2. Plus Advent Calendar Door #7: Dynamic populations

    There are nearly 7 billion of us now, but how many will there be by Christmas 2111? Our sister ...

    Marianne - 7 Dec 2011 - 16:19 - 0 comments

  3. The 2010 Plus advent calendar

    ... Permalink Submitted by Anonymous on January 7, 2011 Calculus Made Easy by Silvanus Thompson had long ...

    Marianne - 1 Dec 2016 - 12:32 - 3 comments

  4. Maths in a minute: Bayes' theorem

    ... Permalink Submitted by math.nights on March 7, 2016 To Arabic: https://goo.gl/3PZ0fU ...

    Rachel - 29 Nov 2016 - 14:38 - 1 comment

  5. Maths in a minute: Symmetry

    ... all articles (+ this article) of it into Arabic, in my blog. they love it as much as i do. Thank all reply ...

    Marianne - 23 Nov 2016 - 11:48 - 1 comment

  6. No place like home for Martin Rees

    ... We can look back to a time when the universe was about 7 times more compressed then it is now, and the density therefore was higher then it is now by 7 3 . When we look at a distant galaxy, we infer from how much the ...

    plusadmin - 17 Oct 2016 - 11:11 - 0 comments

  7. We love the LHC!

    ... spark wide-spread media coverage. Its initial start up in 2008 spurred headlines that it would create black holes , and it ...

    Rachel - 23 Nov 2016 - 14:10 - 0 comments

  8. Carnival of maths

    ... carnival invites mathematical bloggers to submit the recent blog posts they're most proud of and the current host then publishes a list of ... first edition: http://math4allages.wordpress.com/2010/07/12/blog-carnival-1/ Please email me if you are interested at ...

    Marianne - 13 Aug 2010 - 20:23 - 1 comment

  9. Maths in a minute: Number mysteries

    ... greater than 2: 4=2+2 6=3+3 8=3+5 10=5+5=3+7. This seems so straightforward you might be tempted to try and prove ... is true for the first few odd numbers greater than 5: 7 = 3+2+2 11=3+3+5 13=3+5+5 17=5+5+7. This statement is called ...

    Marianne - 11 Oct 2016 - 15:40 - 3 comments

  10. Maths in a minute: Clever sums

    ... Permalink Submitted by Anonymous on February 7, 2013 Would it not be simpler to add: 100 99 + 1 ...

    Marianne - 23 Nov 2016 - 10:11 - 2 comments