Issue 11 was released on 17 April 2020. Enjoy the articles online or scroll down to view the magazine as a PDF.
In conversation with Trachette JacksonWe chat with Trachette about her work in mathematical oncology, her role models, and boosting diversity in mathematics
How to cheat at cardsKevin Houston teaches us how to deal ourselves the best hand
Adopt a polyhedronMara Kortenkamp, Erin Henning and Anna Maria Hartkopf give us a tour of Polytopia, a home for peculiar polytopes
Automated joke generationI like my towns like I like my Alex: Bolton
Kepler’s barrelsSam Hartburn orders wine by the barrel, but wonders if she's getting the most wine
What can you do with this space?Nobody could draw a space filling curve by hand, but that doesn’t stop Andrew Stacey
Weirdonacci numbersLike Fibonacci, but weird. Robert J Low and Thierry Platini explain
On the cover: Apollonian packingDavid Sheard explores the rich mathematics and history behind the Apollonian packing, and the cover of issue 11
Polynomials’ orderYuliya Nesterova orders some polynomials around
Launch day puzzle huntCelebrate the launch of issue 11 by taking part in our puzzle hunt
Prize crossnumber, Issue 11£100 of MathsGear goodies to be won if you can solve it
What is the shape of you?Are you a torus? A cone? Ed Spheran? Find out by answering a maximum of five easy questions
Dear Dirichlet, Issue 11Grant applications, musical media and last-minute Olympics training are the topics readers have sent in to the professor's postbox this issue
Top ten vote issue 11Vote for your favourite maths-themed day out
Page 3 model: Cooking spaghettiSome saucy modelling
How to make: Ecki the polytopeMake your own Ecki
What’s hot and what’s not, Issue 11Fashion is fleeting, Chalkdust regulars are not.
Top Ten: pictures of scorpionsThe definitive chart of the best pictures of scorpions
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