A couple of photographs from this mornings walk with Boris along the Cornish coast. It is the start of BST and clearly judging from the weather the start of spring! Continue reading “Spring has arrived in Cornwall”
There was an interesting question shared on Twitter from this years pink kangaroo. Continue reading “Angle Question from the Pink Kangaroo”
In an article published on BBC News it has been announced “that scientists have discovered that sperm can do simple maths”. Continue reading “Even sperm can do “simple mathematical formula””
I saw this painting of a labrador retriever whilst on holiday in Dartmouth. Sadly I can’t remember the artist and it was too expensive for an impulse buy. Continue reading “Labrador Painting”
Have you come to this site looking for some revision materials for AS & A-Level Mathematics Papers from Edecxel? Continue reading “Edexcel AS & A Level Mathematics Revision”
An interesting 3 minute listen to how to beat the lottery.
This time next year Rodney… Continue reading “Beating the lottery using Mathematics”
Following on from yesterdays WEBBA Championships at Torquay I have put together my calculations of how the results affect the overall table and the standing of the bands for the 2018 Regionals. Continue reading “Unofficial WEBBA Fourth Section Table 2017”
A second mathematics curriculum in Britain’s schools should teach the exciting big ideas behind it, like the concept of infinity. More trigonometry is not enough. Continue reading “So people hate maths? A plan by Marcus du Sautoy”
An interesting article relating to decision maths looking at how adding roads sometimes causes traffic congestion whilst taking roads away can sometimes help reduce congestion. Continue reading “The maths of congestion: springs, strings and traffic jams”
It’s time for a restart and a rethink.
Sweep away the old, replace with the new.
What might replace it?
Well, time will tell…