What’s hot and what’s not, Issue 04

Don’t be left behind… more mathematical fashion advice


Maths is a fickle world. Stay à la mode with our guide to the latest trends.

Mathematical crochet

HOT Mathematical crochet

Hyperbolic surfaces! Klein bottles! Impress fellow passengers with your DIY manifolds!
[Picture: Flickr user Pandaeskimo, CC BY-NC 3.0]

NOT Paper Möbius strips

As Dirichlet says, Möbius strips should be band.

HOT Dirichlet’s counting problem

Still unsolved since Issue 03.

Fermat and Andrew Wiles' head morphedNOT Fermat’s Last Theorem

More like Fermat’s Worst Theorem. We get it: Wiles solved it… in 1995! Next!
[Picture: Klaus Barner, CC BY-SA 3.0]

Panel from our comic

HOT Comic books about maths

Who wouldn’t want to look at drawings of Hilbert, Feynman, Lovelace & Babbage with speech bubbles?
[Picture: Tom Hockenhall]

NOT Films about maths

Oh look, the socially awkward man with wild hair has locked himself away to draw on windows… SEEN IT!

Gravitational waves

HOT Gravitational waves

1916: predicted; 2016: discovered. Einstein: always right.
[Picture: Alejandro Mos Riera, CC BY-SA 3.0]

NOT Katrina and the Waves

How do you even walk on sunshine? Light has no mass… or does it??


HOT GeoGebra

Is there a new teacher who doesn’t ❤️ this? Plot away with this free software for all platforms.
[Picture: by permission]

NOT Autograph

Autograph repair, Autograph REPLACED.

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