Volume 32


Issue 1

The introduction, this century, of computers into mathematics has certainly revolutionised the subject, and led to many new areas of mathematics previously unimagined.

Issue 2

It is a well known fact in cricket that the new ball when bowled by a fast bowler will often swing in its flight on the way down the pitch to the batsman.

Issue 3

In this issue, we bring you four articles which illustrate the diversity of Mathematics. In the article on Fermat’s Last Theorem, Professor Michael Cowling has shown how a long-standing problem about integers has recently been solved by looking at the graphs of functions which appear to be quite irrelevant.

Most of us will have a tree in our homes over Christmas. To the mathematician, a tree is a special type of graph.