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How does Modular Arithmetic work?

The latest question from Tom Rocks Maths and I Love Mathematics sent in and voted for by YOU.

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Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Arcsin

A 3700 year old maths mystery written on a Babylonian clay tablet has now been solved and the result means that trigonometry might be older than we think… Live interview with BBC Radio Cambridgeshire.

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Our Hairy Insides

How hairy are you? Whether you have hairs growing in all kinds of weird and wonderful places or prefer the smooth and supple look of a Greek statue, I can tell you now that you are hairier than you might think… Live interview with BBC Radio Cambridgeshire.

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Equations Stripped: Maxwell's Equations

Stripping back some of the most important equations in maths layer-by-layer so that everyone can understand… This time it’s the turn of Maxwell’s Equations of Electromagnetism – they gave us the electromagnetic spectrum and showed once and for all that light is a wave.

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Navier-Stokes: one equation to rule them all

Interview by Tom for the Naked Scientists on the Navier-Stokes equations – one of the remaining six unsolved Millennium Problems. You can listen to the audio… 491 more words

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Pokémaths: how many daily calories does a Charizard need?

If you’re like me and you’ve always wished that Pokémon were real, no doubt you’ve dreamt of having one of your very own as a pet. 733 more words

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What are the most basic Mathematical Axioms?

Check out the latest video answering the maths questions that YOU have selected. The winner this time is ‘What are the most basic Mathematical Axioms?’ Ten rules that form the basis of all of maths as we know it… deep.

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