# Mathematics

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- Beginner's Guide to Mean, Median and Mode
- History of Numbers
- Accumulators and Combination Betting Explained
- Ada Lovelace - Mathematician and Computer Scientist
- Algorithms
- Alpha: the Key to the Universe?
- An Introduction to Metric Spaces
- Basic Methods of Mathematical Proof
- Basic Sorting Algorithms
- Bayes' Theorem and Bayesian Statistics
- Beating the Odds
- Benford's Law
- Bigger and Bigger Infinities
- Binary Digits
- Binomial Theorem
- Boolean Algebra
- Boolean Expressions from Truth Tables
- Boolean Function Reduction
- Boolean Functions Classified
- Boolean Truth Tables
- Calculating the Date of Easter
- Calculating the Day of the Week
- Calculating the Volume and Surface Area of Various Solid Objects
- Calculus
- Coin Flipping - Conflict Resolution
- Complementary Arithmetic
- Complex Numbers - an Introduction
- Conceptual Tables
- Constructions with a Ruler and a Compass
- Curved Space and the Fate of the Universe
- Diophantine Equations
- Divisibility
- Dragon Curves - The Mathematics of Paperfolding
- Electronic Logic Conventions
- Envy-Free Cake Division
- Equivalence Relations - The mathematics of distinction
- Euclid's Algorithm
- Fermat Numbers
- Fermat's Last Theorem
- Fibonacci Series
- Fourier Theory
- Fractals - Beautiful Mathematics
- Fractions
- Friendly Numbers
- Gas State Equations
- Gaussian Integers
- Genetic Algorithms
- Geometry [2]
- Group Theory
- Hilbert's Infinite Hotel
- How To Understand Statistics
- How to Calculate the Square Root of Any Number by Hand
- How to Do Large Cube Roots in Your Head
- How to Draw a Pentagram
- How to Gamble and Win
- How to Measure Things Using Statistics
- How to Trisect a Toblerone
- How to Win a Pint by Using Binary Arithmetic
- Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy (IMSA)
- Imaginary Numbers
- Integers and Natural Numbers
- Interpolation by Intuition
- Irrational Numbers
- Isaac Newton: Administrator of the Royal Society
- Isaac Newton: Alchemist
- Isaac Newton: Celibate or Closet Homosexual?
- Isaac Newton: Economist and Saviour of the Nation
- Isaac Newton: Genius
- Isaac Newton: Heretic
- Isaac Newton: Outline Biography
- Isaac Newton: Overview
- Isaac Newton: Social Climber
- Isaac Newton: Spymaster and Detective
- Isaac Newton: The Apple Tree
- Isaac Newton: The Early Years - 1642 - 1661
- Isaac Newton: The Feuds

- Kibibytes and Yobibits - A Guide to Binary Prefixes
- Langton's Ant
- Little's Result
- Lobster Pots - a Mathematics Game
- Logical Completeness
- Logical Consistency
- Mathematical Knots
- Mathematicians [15]
- Mathematics
- Mersenne Numbers
- Modifying the Word 'Unique' and the Number '0' - Can It Be Done?
- Naismith's Rule of Walking
- Natural Units
- Newton's Laws of Motion
- Nim - Strategy Game or Scam?
- Number Systems
- Number Systems Through the Ages
- Numbers
- Packing Algorithms
- Perfect Numbers
- Prime Numbers
- Probability and Statistical Reversal Paradoxes
- Propositional Logic
- Quantum Mechanics
- Rational Numbers
- Repetends (Repeating Decimals)
- Rulers
- Russian Peasant Multiplication
- Scale
- Settling Complicated Bets with a Calculator
- Six Sigma - Getting It Right 99.99966% Of The Time
- Slide Rules - a History and How To Guide
- Solving the 15-number Puzzle
- Specific Numbers [11]
- Spherical Geometry - Definitions
- Tesseracts
- 24 Game
- 3n+1 Conjecture - Proof Needed!
- Birthday Paradox
- Euler Equation
- Four Colour Theorem
- Gambler's Fallacy
- Hairy Ball Theorem
- Helix
- History Behind The Quadratic Formula
- Limits of Quantum Mechanics: The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Paradox
- Mandelbrot Set
- Many Centres of a Triangle
- Mathematician and the Blancmange
- Mathematics Behind Digital Technology
- Monkey and the Coconuts - a Mathematical Problem
- Monty Hall Problem
- The Number 42 [11]
- Quadratic Formula
- Soma Cube
- Square-wheeled Bicycle - a Road of Hyperbolics?
- Sub-Atomic World of Kaons, Axions, J/Psi, Sigma and Xi Particles.
- Superellipse
- Table Method of Factorising Quadratic Expressions
- Topology of Two-dimensional Spaces
- Trigonometric Laws of Sines and Cosines
- Truth About Noise
- Thiessen Polygons
- Triangles
- Triangular Numbers
- Trigonometry
- Unique Patterns Among Numerics
- Units of Measurement
- Universal Functions of Boolean Algebra
- Using an Abacus for Addition and Subtraction
- What do Probabilities Mean?
- What is Linear Algebra?
- Why you Lose at Roulette
- William Rowan Hamilton, Mathematician
- Zeno's Paradox

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