Issue 14 was released on 22 November 2021. Enjoy the articles online or scroll down to view the magazine as a PDF.
- Donovan Young interferes in wave patterns
- Madeleine Hall takes a brief dive into the world’s favourite set-relationship-representation diagram.
- Forgotten how to draw a log graph? No need to panic – here's a handy guide!
- Ellen Jolley learns how to run a maths outreach programme
- Michael Wendl dissects some variants of the magic separation, a self-working card trick.
- Paddy provides a much anticipated update to the most important use of statistical analysis in the last two years
- Dimitrios Roxanas tells us why playing chess backwards is the new black (and white).
- Tanmay Kulkarni intentionally gets lost on the Tokyo subway
- Kimi Chen deciphers the 1920s story you haven’t heard
- Hollis Williams explores the power even simple models can have in describing the world around us.
- Win a £100 Maths Gear goody bag by solving our infamous puzzle
- Football, telly and shape-shifting houses find their way into the prof's postbox this issue.
- Can you solve it?
- How did your favourite sweater become so big? And how big can it get?
- The definitive chart of the best waves
- Fashion is fleeting, Chalkdust regulars are not.
- The Leibniz–Lagrange–Newton showdown we all want to see
- Have your say on the top ten matrices
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