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Pick's Theorem
The coolest mathematical theorems are those which are easy to describe and understand, but which...Problem Solving
Problem solving is a critical skill of our life whether in the examination, workplace or...Pure Mathematics Isn't All Nonsense
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Pure Mathematics Isn't All Nonsense
Throughout my Alevels there was a term thrown about; symmetry. In the modules of ALevels it made sense, for example, an even function describes a function which looks the same about the y axis, written mathematically as f(x)=f(x) and was said to be "symmetric about the yaxis". Another... 
Euler: The Master of Us All
"Read Euler, read Euler. He is the master of us all." — Laplace. Leonhard Euler was an eighteenth century mathematician whose achievements place him as arguably the greatest of all time. For six decades, Euler made an enormous contribution to every area of mathematics, both pure and applied.... 
Problem Solving
Problem solving is a critical skill of our life whether in the examination, workplace or personal situations. A problem solving method is a method where pupils learn by working on problems. Since problems happen endlessly in our lives and need to be addressed, problem solving skills provide...

Books and MOOCs
What should aspiring mathematicians be reading for inspiration before the start of their A Level course? I have been asked this question in recent years and would take along a selection of my favourite mathematical books to the taster sessions laid on for students in between completing their... 
Developing a Love of Mathematics
Although schools and tutors recommend certain books, there is no one particular book for whole of the GCSE and A level syllabus. Maths can and should be learnt from different places and a range of textbooks, as not all books are the same. I sometimes even ask students do questions from textbooks... 
Pierre de Fermat (1601  1665)
Pierre de Fermat, born 17th August 1601, laid the foundations of Probability Theory, did a lot of work on Number Theory, and is famous today for his "Fermat's Last Theorem" because he died before giving a proof. In the margin of his copy of Diophantus' Arithmetica, Fermat wrote: "To divide a...