Issue 03 was released in March 2016. Enjoy the articles online or scroll down to view the magazine as a PDF.
Analogue computing: fun with differential equationsSolving differential equations instantaneously, using some electrical components and an oscilloscope
Roots: the legacy of FibonacciMore than spirals and rabbits, Fibonacci gave us something much more fundamental.
The Mathematical Games of Martin GardnerThe great contributions of the man who started popular mathematics
Spherical Dendrite by Mark J StockThe story behind Issue 3's cover artwork
You can count on DirichletCounting the divisors of an integer turns out to be a rather hard problem
A mathematical view of voting systemsWhy voting systems can never be fair
Menace: the Machine Educable Noughts And Crosses EngineTeaching a bunch of matchboxes how to play tic-tac-toe
Fractional calculus: the calculus of witchcraft and wizardryHow can we differentiate a function 9¾ times?
In conversation with Ian StewartWe speak to one of Britain's most successful popularisers of maths
How to make: a hexaflexagonMake an amazing three faced hexagon
Top Ten vote: Colours of chalkVote for your favourite colour of chalk for Issue 04: is it white, yellow, or the Post Office Tower?
What’s hot and what’s not, Issue 03Maths is a fickle world. Stay à la mode with our guide to the latest trends.
Puzzles, Issue 03Solve the puzzles that appeared in Issue 03.
Page 3 model: Traffic flowEver been stuck in motorway traffic which seems to have no reason? A model for traffic flow explains why.
Dear Dirichlet, Issue 03Prof. Dirichlet tackles deaf colleagues and cold badgers.
Prize crossnumber, Issue 03Be in for a chance to win a £100 goody bag if you can solve our fiendish crossnumber
Horoscope, Issue 03Find out what the future holds for you... or maybe just a box of scorpions.
Comic: The Inverse Homotopy, part 2Part 2 of our mathematical comic's adventure
Top Ten: CalculatorsAre you a FX-82 or an FX-85 fan?
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