Issue 12 was released on 30 October 2020. Enjoy the articles online or scroll down to view the magazine as a PDF.
- Ellen Jolley asks for (independent) Sage advice
- Maynard manages to prove that 2≠1 in less space than it took Bertrand Russell to prove that 1+1=2
- Florian Bouyer explains the beautiful geometry behind his mathematical colouring-in designs.
- Who is behind the so-called Nobel prize of mathematics? Gerda Grase investigates.
- Sam Hartburn attempts the impossible
- Emilio McAllister Fognini explores the maths that made Turing so famous
- I love Markov is I love Markov chains love me.
- Scroggs debates whether sharing truly is caring
- Colin counts Countdown's contingent of conundrum causing calculations
- James M Christian reflects on chaos
- Books, business and barns are the topics readers have sent in to the professor's postbox this issue
- £100 of MathsGear goodies to be won if you can solve it
- A handy tool that can make writing great tweets much easier
- Does maths need a Nobel prize?
- Fashion is fleeting, Chalkdust regulars are not.
- Make your own scatterer from some old Christmas decorations
- Have your say
- The definitive chart of the best day trips
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