We're totally stumped.
It turns out you don’t need to be an idiot savant like Rain Man, or an MIT mathematics prodigy in order to count cards.
To infinity and beyond.
The Abel Prize and a cool £500k.
A maths duo decided to test a long held number assumption, and to their shock, they discovered that it doesn’t exist.
Recipe courtesy of Delia.
Maths bods should lap up this particular conundrum.
Guess the Correlation is a very simple game indeed: look at a scatter plot, guess the correlation coefficient, win or lose. Are you mathematically minded enough to take on the challenge? Read more >>
Babylonian astronomers tracked the motion of planets using simple arithmetic. But a newly translated text reveals that these ancient stargazers also used a far more advanced method.
A new fractal analysis of London’s dense network of streets and intersections reveals that a green belt meant to encourage migration to the suburbs had the opposite effect.
Computer finds 22,338,618 digit prime number.
Beauty fads come and go, and eyebrow shaping is no exception. But what if there were a mathematical rule we could cite as hands-down the perfect shape?
Try asking Domino's to do this for your Pepperoni Passion.
Then laud it over everyone.
Reports of a Nigerian teacher's solution to a 150-year-old maths problem do not add up.
Second most famous logic enthusiast after Spock is today's doodle star.
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