- The Internet Maths Aperiodical – How to cheat and make the Russian people think you can build the Great Pyramid using a Hungarian folk dance
Hello again. I’m Christian Perfect and it’s time for another Internet Maths Aperiodical. I’m suffering from the post-holiday blues. I’ve cast my Rubik’s cube aside, unsolved; I’m fed up with the public’s appalling ignorance of Gauss facts; worst of all, I’ve made no progress on my New Year’s resolution to learn a different sorting algorithm […]
- The Internet Maths Aperiodical – dinner and a theorem
Hello. I’m Christian Perfect and here are some more maths links, after an almost geological gap of one month and one day. I told you this wasn’t going to be a periodical! There’s going to be some sexy maths at the bottom of this issue of the Aperiodical. I’m just letting you know now so […]
- The Internet Maths Aperiodical – temporarily a periodical
Hello again, here’s another Internet Maths Aperiodical. Sadly, until I write a third edition, this Aperiodical currently has a publication period of thirteen days, so I’ll be as quick as I can with this one and I’ll make sure to post again either before or after another thirteen days have elapsed. I can only apologise […]
- The Internet Maths Aperiodical – "It’s not class war, it’s math"
Hello. My name is Christian and I spend all day looking at maths links on the web. At least, that’s what Samuel thinks, so he’s asked me to post some of those links here. This will happen to no fixed schedule, so I’ve decided to call these posts “The Internet Maths Aperiodical.” Let’s start […]