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During World Mathematical Year 2000 a sequence of posters were displayed month by month in the trains of the London Underground aiming to stimulate, fascinate - even infuriate passengers! <b>Keith Moffatt</b> tells us about three of the posters from the series. </div>
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<p>Tube travellers may have noticed some of the striking mathematical posters that were designed at the <a href="http://www.newton.cam.ac.uk">Newton Institute</a> for display month-by-month during World Mathematical Year 2000 in trains of the London Underground. Actually, the chance of spotting one in a single tube journey was about one in a hundred, so if you did see one, you could truly say
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