Pupils are no better at maths now than they were 30 years ago - despite a rise in exam grades, a study suggests.
In a feature in the New Scientist entitled Beyond space and time: Fractals, hyperspace and more there is a a graphic and thought provoking look at the idea of 'dimension'
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Comprehensives are to be given the chance to abandon traditional GCSEs in favour of tougher exams
Selfridges goes mathematical
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Locations of Ancient Woolworths Stores follow Precise Geometrical Pattern