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Fascinating Number Properties
Fascinating Number Properties Mathematicians and nonmathematicians have been fascinated for...Editor's Pick
How to Revise: an effective approach
When I first started tutoring maths as a PhD researcher many years ago, I made some interesting...Editor's Pick
Book Recommendation: A Mathematician’s Apology
Book Recommendation: A Mathematician’s Apology by G H Hardy Cambridge University Press 2012,...Our Maths Tutors
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From GCSE to A levels : What Went Wrong For X
There are many students who complete A level with success and continue to University. But there are many others like student X who disappoint at A level even though they shine at GCSE. I have made an attempt to highlight some fundamental mindsets that some students starting A level should avoid... 
A Special Maths Day ^{Editor's Pick}
Last Sunday was a special day. Not only did we celebrate my daughter's birthday, it also was a special day in a mathematical sense. 25/9/16: three square numbers in a row. What's more, since 25 is equal to 9 + 16, the numbers satisfy the Pythagorean Theorem. Pythagoras’ theorem says that in a... 
Mastery Level Maths
Maths is a subject that children often find daunting to learn. Maths can be taught in a number of ways; be it outdoor learning, creatively and practical. Maths should allow the children to explore the use of numbers and relate it back to the real world. Children can explore elements of maths...

Toughest changes hit London Schools in Sep 2016!
Toughest changes hit Maths curriculum in London Schools from September 2016! Dear Parents / students, Yes, you read that right! Let me explain. My new scheme of work requires me to teach Factorising Quadratic expressions to year 7 and year 8 students!! Are you joking? Well, No. I am not. Until... 
Easy way of solving subtraction problems
Easy way of solving subtraction problems where the top number has lots of zeroes and any number in the bottom. Example: 6,000  2,798.  In the above example, if we solve by the normal procedure, it will take lots of time and carry forwards efforts and there would be some chances... 
Graphical presentation of the Pythagoras theorem
This establishes relationship between the three sides of a right angle triange. The theorem says: a^2+b^2=c^2 (where c is the hypotenuse; a and b are the other 2 sides of the triangle). In the 2 pictures below, areas covered in both the pictures (2 big squares) by the colourful triangles is...