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Every Child Counts boosts mathematics

Every Child Counts boosts mathematics

Ministers say that ending the 'can't do maths' attitude in adults is vital to helping lowest achievers.


UK school enlists Indian maths tutors online

UK school enlists Indian maths tutors online

Is this the answer or the wrong question?


Early entry for Maths GCSE in question

Early entry for Maths GCSE in question

ACME report suggests this may have a negative impact on students studying maths further


Teaching the new GCSE mathematics

Teaching the new GCSE mathematics

Will you be ready for the new specifications in September 2011?


Martin Gardner: 1914-2010

Martin Gardner: 1914-2010

Martin Gardner an honorary member of the MA, a prolific writer and populariser of mathematics, died on 22nd May 2010 at the age of 95.


Sequence encyclopaedia

Sequence encyclopaedia

Every sequence you ever wanted to know about. For example: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, ... what comes next ? The Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences knows and gives you 54 different answers!


Pyramids are the best shape for random packing

Pyramids are the best shape for random packing

Two mathematicians found that the tetrahedra randomly packed into containers occupied 76 per cent of their containers


MA Annual Conference 14-16 April 2011

MA Annual Conference 14-16 April 2011

Mathematics: The Big Picture


POTTERS BAR GIRL WINS MATHS PHOTO CONTEST

POTTERS BAR GIRL WINS MATHS PHOTO CONTEST

Rebecca Simpson aged 16 of Dame Alice Owens School in Potters Bar has won a national competition for teenagers to produce a creative photo connected to maths.