Issue 14 was released on 22 November 2021. Enjoy the articles online or scroll down to view the magazine as a PDF.
That’s a MoiréDonovan Young interferes in wave patterns
On the cover: Vhat? Vhere? VennMadeleine Hall takes a brief dive into the world’s favourite set-relationship-representation diagram.
Handbook of equationsForgotten how to draw a log graph? No need to panic – here's a handy guide!
In conversation with Dominique SleetEllen Jolley learns how to run a maths outreach programme
An odd card trickMichael Wendl dissects some variants of the magic separation, a self-working card trick.
Correction: Who is the best England manager?Paddy provides a much anticipated update to the most important use of statistical analysis in the last two years
Pawns, puzzles, and proofsDimitrios Roxanas tells us why playing chess backwards is the new black (and white).
A walk on the random sideTanmay Kulkarni intentionally gets lost on the Tokyo subway
How Polish cryptographers first broke the unbreakable cipherKimi Chen deciphers the 1920s story you haven’t heard
Celebrating simple mathematical modelsHollis Williams explores the power even simple models can have in describing the world around us.
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Cryptic crossword, Issue 14Can you solve it?
Page 3 model: Woollen jumpersHow did your favourite sweater become so big? And how big can it get?
Top Ten: WavesThe definitive chart of the best waves
What’s hot and what’s not, Issue 14Fashion is fleeting, Chalkdust regulars are not.
The big argument: Is dy/dx notation better than y’ or ẋ?The Leibniz–Lagrange–Newton showdown we all want to see
Top ten vote issue 14Have your say on the top ten matrices
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