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Item URL/direct link Journal/exhibition Date Article/Session
The Mathematical Gazette 3.03 Rep-multiple tile sets
The Scimitar Puzzle Mathematics Teaching 3.09 Scimitar puzzle
www.atm.org.uk/mt215 (EXTRA 1) Mathematics Teaching 9.09 Pascal pictures
Fibonominoes Mathematics Teaching 9.09 Fibonacci spirals
fractionwall Mathematics Teaching 5.10 A dantzogrammatic fraction wall
www.magicmathworks.org/duisburgermathetag 11.11 Duisburger Mathe-Tag
Mathematics in School 11.13 The different order of landmarks on a photograph
www.atm.org.uk/mt238 (EXTRA 1) Mathematics Teaching 1.14 It’s all in the mind
Cylindercone Mathematics Teaching 3.14 A technical (drawing) question
rolling ellipses Mathematics in School 5.14 Rolling ellipses and their symmetries
www.atm.org.uk/mt241(EXTRA1) Mathematics Teaching 7.14 Coxeter’s cake
www.atm.org.uk/mt241(EXTRA4) Mathematics Teaching 7.14 Not quite a tiling
www.atm.org.uk/mt241(EXTRA7) Mathematics Teaching 7.14 Alan Beardon’s problem
www.atm.org.uk/mt242(EXTRA2) Mathematics Teaching 9.14 Magic moments
www.atm.org.uk/mt242 (EXTRA 7) Mathematics Teaching 9.14 How long is the rope?
household-geometry ATM conference 2015 Household geometry
searchlights- handout 1 Mathematics in School 9.15 Primes by searchlight
searchlights-handout2 Mathematics in School 9.15 Primes by searchlight
searchlights-handout3 Mathematics in School 9.15 Primes by searchlight
numbertowergeometry Mathematics in School 9.15 Primes by searchlight
shape chart Mathematics in School 9.15 The limiting case: sublime or ridiculous?
Polya-Descartes Mathematics in School 9.15 The limiting case: sublime or ridiculous?