What's so special about pi?
By: Sam Parr
GAME: don't let the bug die!
By: Tomi Oladepo
Part 2 of Geometric Sequences; Learn how to generate a sequence
By: Nat Frend
A sequence is a list of numbers in a special order. Each number in a sequence is called a term. A...
By: Louise Lochee-Bayne
Pi is the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter: 3.1416… In the 15th century, Madha...
Find out how percentages are involved in special offers. Tony Lindley, a marketing expert, explai...
Algebra is about explaining how numbers work and the patterns behind them. It gives a set of inst...
Trigonometry can be used to study right-angled triangles, because it relates the sizes of the ang...
Simply put, actuaries manage risk. The future is uncertain and full of risk. Risk is the chance t...
By: Alex Yung
Equations are the lifeblood of mathematics, science, and technology. Without them, our world woul...
By: Daniel Faulkner
September's Maths Challenges are divided into three categories; GCSE difficulty, A level difficul...
By: Philip Tutty
Welcome to Venn That Tune! Starting off with an introduction to Venn diagrams and a taste of what...
Professor Jeff Rosenthal breaks down the probability of fantastic events in an entertaining blend...
August's Maths Challenges are divided into categories; GCSE difficulty, AS and A2 difficulty, and...
PART 2 - Disease models Finally we look at different types of disease models (SIS, SIR, SEIR) and...
July's Maths Challenges are divided into three categories; GCSE difficulty, AS and A2 difficulty....
June's Maths Challenges are divided into three categories; GCSE difficulty, AS and A2 difficulty....
May's Maths Challenges are divided into three categories; GCSE difficulty, AS/A2 Difficulty, and ...
Our April Maths Challenges are divided into three categories; GCSE difficulty, AS/A2 Difficulty, ...
We have already seen what infectious diseases are in IGGY's infectious diseases science course, b...
Whether you're moon-gazing or trying to dodge the rain you will have to keep your wits about you ...
Our March Maths Challenges are divided into three categories; GCSE difficulty, AS/A2 Difficulty, ...
There's a panel-efficiency based conundrum to solve this week and a gigantic maths-based riddle t...
If you thought the maths curiosities were tough enough already, you will be in for a shock this w...
Surprise! There are more figures again in this week's mathematical curiosities, will they leave y...
Whether it's swapping coins or stealing cars, it's money that's on the agenda in this week's Math...
We have got some funny looking crosswords on the site as part of this week's mathemtical curiosit...
February's Maths Challenges are divided into three categories; pure mathematics problems, applied...
If you are not careful there is certainly a chance that you could end up with your wires in a twi...
Are you thinking of studying maths at the University of Warwick? Are you a Warwick maths offer ho...
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We are pleased to welcome two new judges to the IGGY and Litro Young Wri...
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