The Mathematical Gazette is one of the leading journals in its field, publishing important and influential articles about the teaching and learning of mathematics.
It also features fascinating expositions of attractive areas of mathematics, book reviews, and a teasing problem corner.
Its readership spans the globe and includes school teachers, college and university lecturers, students, educationalists and others with an interest in mathematics.
Articles – each of six pages or more in length, covering a wide range of topics.
Notes - these are shorter than articles and cover a wide range of topics.
Problem Corner – problems are set and readers are encouraged to solve them. Solutions to previous problems are included alongside credit.
Student Problem Corner – contains problems for upper secondary school pupils.
vol 102 Can our coinage system be improved author: Peter Shiu
vol 102 A method of evaluating.... author: Stephen Siklos
vol 102 Four congruent right triangles author: Andrew Jobbings
vol 100 Will my numbers add up correctly if I round them? author: David Hopkins.
Editor: Gerry Leversha (editorial matters only)
Production Editor: Bill Richardson
The Editorial Committee welcome articles from contributors. Please read the guidelines for authors submitting articles to The Mathematical Gazette.
Books for review should be submitted to the Reviews Editor, Owen Toller.
Advertising enquiries should be addressed to The Advertising Manager.
The MA is very proud of its history and particularly that of the people who have been the Presidents since 1871
A full list of past Presidents can be found here
You can read the Presidential Addresses here
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Historical Index for the years 1894 to 2009
This is a popular feature of The Mathematical Gazette, in which students at British schools are invited to tackle two problems in each issue. Note that you can only submit solutions through your school or college.
Download the Student Problem Corner Consent Form here.