Volumes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28

Volume 1 (1977)

1.1, p. 5; Louis Posa; Honsberger, R

1.1, p. 9; Odds Spot; Watterson, G A

1.1, p. 11; Four Colour Problem, The; Stillwell, J C

1.1, p. 19; Mathematics as It Was; Watterson, P A

1.1, p. 21; Perpetual Calendar, A; Sonenberg, L

1.1, p. 26; Fibonacci Sequences; Stuart, C

1.2, p. 5; Catastrophe Theory; Deakin, M A B

1.2, p. 14; Games and Mathematics; Anonymous

1.2, p. 17; Cyclones and Bathtubs: Which Way do Things Swirl?; Smith, K G

1.2, p. 22; Tape Recorder Difference Equations, The; Salzborn, F J M

1.2, p. 26; How Long, How Near? The Mathematics of Distance; Cameron, N

1.3, p. 5; Mathematics and Law; Eggleston, R

1.3, p. 9; Sums of Squares; Taylor, J

1.3, p. 11; Heads I Win, Tails You Lose; Watterson, G A

1.3, p. 14; Srinivasa Ramanujan; Sonenberg, L

1.3, p. 18; Squaring the Circle; Ramanujan, S

1.3, p. 19; More About Pi; van der Poorten, A J

1.3, p. 20; Magic Hexagon, The; Deakin, M A B

1.3, p. 25; Tzian-shi-zi; Anonymous

1.3, p. 26; Note on Calendars, A; Michell, M

1.3, p. 28; Game of Sim, The; Anonymous

1.3, p. 33; Program for Front Cover; Eliot, M

1.4, p. 5; Mathematics of Winds and Currents; Fandry, C

1.4, p. 12; Sure to Win; Ash, C J

1.4, p. 19; Expectations and the Petersburg Problem; Barnett, N S

1.4, p. 25; Infinite Series; Smith, N

1.5, p. 5; Boolean Algebra; McAndrew, A

1.5, p. 17; Slither; Anonymous

1.5, p. 21; Slither - A Reader's View; Farr, G

1.5, p. 23; Curious Set of Series, A; Campbell, D

1.5, p. 25; Cops, Robbers and Poisson; Watterson, G A

Volume 2 (1978)

2.1, p. 4; Hilbert's Third Problem; Stillwell, J C

2.1, p. 12; Newton's Apple; Smith, G C

2.1, p. 15; Mean, Mode and Median as Descriptions of Functions by Constants; Finch, P D

2.1, p. 24; Infinite Numbers I; Williams, N H

2.1, p. 28; How Long is a Straight Line?; Barton, J C

2.1, p. 29; Harmonic Progressions; Merlo, G

2.2, p. 5; Dynamic Programming: Working Backwards; Cameron, N

2.2, p. 10; Archimedes' Discovery Method; Sonenberg, L

2.2, p. 16; Origin of the Solar System, The; Prentice, A J R

2.2, p. 22; Infinite Numbers II; Williams, N H

2.2, p. 25; Alternating Series; Anonymous

2.2, p. 30; Topics in the History of Statistical Thought and Practice I. Earth, Air, Fire and Water; Finch, P D

2.3, p. 5; Winds Over the Earth, The; Priestly, C H B

2.3, p. 9; Arithmeticke-Rithmetricall or the Handmaid's Song of Numbers; Smith, G C

2.3, p. 11; Emblem, The; Barton, J C

2.3, p. 14; Continuous Curves; Preston, G B

2.3, p. 23; Dismal Science, Demographic Descriptions and Doomsday; Deakin, M A B

2.3, p. 28; Interesting Trick, An; Mills, T M

2.3, p. 29; Number Theory; Chappell, G J

2.4, p. 5; Why should Girls do Maths?; Nichols, C

2.4, p. 7; Accursed Calculator, The; Holton, D A

2.4, p. 10; Elements of that Mathematical Art Called Algebra; Smith, G C

2.4, p. 15; Topics in the History of Statistical Thought and Practice II: Rice, Berri-Berri and a Lunatic Asylum; Finch, P D

2.4, p. 19; 15-puzzle, from "A Law of the Inner World of Thought", The; Watterson, P A

2.4, p. 24; Large Prime Numbers; Evans, K McR

2.4, p. 29; Calculus by Accident?; Watterson, G A

2.5, p. 5; Stability and Chaos in Insect Population Dynamics; Kloeden, P E

2.5, p. 14; Lasers; Troup, G

2.5, p. 19; Designing a Practical Calendar for Mars; Strugnell, G

2.5, p. 23; To Run or not to Run; Galbraith, P E

Volume 3 (1979)

3.1, p. 6; Babbage and the Origins of Computers; Johnson, C H J

3.1, p. 12; Hanna Neumann; Newman, M F

3.1, p. 19; Russian Aristocrat Arithmetic; Cameron, N

3.1, p. 21; Model for an A-priori Probability, A; Hille, J W

3.1, p. 24; Topics in the History of Statistical Thought and Practice III; Finch, P D

3.2, p. 5; Revolutionary Genius, Failed Revolutionary: Evariste Galois; Lausch, H

3.2, p. 12; Topics in the History of Statistical Thought and Practice IV: The Lanarkshire Milk Experiment; Finch, P D

3.2, p. 17; What is Non-Euclidean Geometry?; Stillwell, J C

3.2, p. 24; Calculus with a Difference; Mattingly, A D

3.2, p. 28; Mathematics and Careers; Parrott, L

3.3, p. 5; Black Holes; McIntosh, C B G

3.3, p. 9; Angle Trisection - Exact and Approximate; Mack, J

3.3, p. 14; Testing for Divisibility; Mills, T M

3.3, p. 16; Trapping Animals; Watterson, G A

3.3, p. 18; Long Jump at Mexico City, The; Brearley, M N

3.3, p. 22; Iterated Arithmetic and Geometric Means; Mackenzie, J K

3.4, p. 4; Tutte Graph, The; Holton, D A

3.4, p. 7; Probability in Theory and Practice; Ewens, W J

3.4, p. 12; To Turn or not to Turn - That is the Question; Barnett, N S

3.4, p. 15; Tessellation Art of M C Escher, The; Stillwell, J C

3.4, p. 23; Einstein's Principle of Equivalence; Troup, G

3.5, p. 5; Pathological Function, A; Cameron, N

3.5, p. 7; Primes; Worley, R T

3.5, p. 13; Laputa or Tlon; Deakin, M A B

3.5, p. 19; Methods of Proof; Ollerenshaw, K

3.5, p. 23; Too Embarrassed to Ask?; Watterson, G A

Volume 4 (1980)

4.1, p. 5; Pure Mathematics Can Be Useful; Lidl, R

4.1, p. 8; Pi Through the Ages; Howie, J M

4.1, p. 14; Game Theory and Nurse Rostering; Schultz, P G

4.1, p. 18; Great Circle Navigation; Noble, Capt. J

4.1, p. 23; Model Maker and the Ooligooji High Dam, The; Barnett, N S

4.1, p. 27; Magic Squares; Greetham, P

4.2, p. 4; Swerve of a Cricket Ball, The; Barton, N G

4.2, p. 11; As a Matter of Interest; Cameron, N

4.2, p. 14; Reflections on Gravity; Dean, K

4.2, p. 15; Bayes and the Island Problem; Eggleston, R

4.2, p. 27; Some Power-Full Sums; Anonymous

4.3, p. 4; Why Mathematics is Difficult; Stillwell, J C

4.3, p. 10; Stonehenge and Ancient Egypt: The Mathematics of Radiocarbon Dating; Clark, R M

4.3, p. 16; Curve Stitching and Sew On; Greetham, P

4.3, p. 24; Who Were the First Mathematicians in the Southern Hemisphere?; Lausch, H

4.4, p. 6; Bathroom Floors; Holton, D A

4.4, p. 10; Monte Carlo Method, The; Mattingly, A D

4.4, p. 17; 2 + 2 = 3 ?; Deakin, M A B

4.4, p. 18; Seven Point Geometry, The; Preston, G B

4.4, p. 26; Continued Fractions; Worley, R T

4.5, p. 4; Topics in the History of Statistical Thought and Practice V: The Introduction of the Numerical Method in Clinical Medicine; Finch, P D

4.5, p. 10; Two Faces of Coding Theory, The; Stillwell, J C

4.5, p. 18; Where did Conic Sections Come from?; Kaiser, H K

4.5, p. 26; Game "Splat", The; Sidhu, R

4.5, p. 28; Mathematical Models in Population Genetics; Tavare, S

Volume 5 (1981)

5.1, p. 4; Heads and Tails with Pi; Johnson, C H J

5.1, p. 6; Curve Stitching and Envelopes; Baker, M J C

5.1, p. 11; Quadratic Equations; Crossley, J N

5.1, p. 15; Fast Addition for Computer Arithmetic; Sacks-Davis, R

5.1, p. 19; I Always Lie when I Write Articles; Schofield, V

5.1, p. 23; Surprise Party, The; Sudbury, A

5.2, p. 6; Varying Effect of Mortality, The; Ward, G

5.2, p. 9; 6 ENTER 8 TIMES =; Farlow, S J

5.2, p. 14; Computer Chess; Topor, R

5.3, p. 5; Introduction of Complex Numbers, The; Crossley, J N

5.3, p. 10; Can a Line Segment be Converted into a Triangle?; Phatarfod, R M

5.3, p. 13; Problem in Gravitation, A; Baines, P

5.3, p. 15; Reliability of a Witness, The; Campbell, D

5.4, p. 6; Approximate Construction of Regular Polygons; Hille, J W

5.4, p. 11; Winning Strategies; Stillwell, J C

5.4, p. 14; Which School?; Watterson, G A

5.4, p. 17; Many Happy Returns; Anonymous

5.4, p. 22; 0^0 = 1?; Deakin, M A B

5.5, p. 4; Monash Sundial, The; Moppert, C F

5.5, p. 12; Computer Generation of Space-Filling Curves; Goldschlager, L M

5.5, p. 17; Algorithm for Rubik's Cube, An; Brewin, L

5.5, p. 24; Rare Events and Subjective Probability; Park, M

5.5, p. 27; St Martin; Anonymous

Volume 6 (1982)

6.1, p. 4; 500th Anniversary of Euclid, A; Smith, G C

6.1, p. 7; Machine Readable Codes; Rae, I D

6.1, p. 13; Matrix Methods for Predicting Australia's Population; Koziol, J & Tuckwell, H

6.1, p. 19; Weather Predictions; Lynch, A

6.1, p. 22; Battle of the Cube Books; Stillwell, J C

6.2, p. 6; Foucault Pendulum at Monash, The; Moppert, C F

6.2, p. 10; Oliver Heaviside FRS - The Tactical Electrician; Johnson, C H J

6.2, p. 15; Difference of Interest Rates or how to make your Fortune by Investment; Preston, G B

6.3, p. 5; Cobweb Theorem in Economics, The; Sherbert, D R

6.3, p. 10; Little Old-Fashioned Problem , A; Crossley, J N

6.3, p. 13; Is the Enemy of a Friend the Friend of an Enemy? A Note on Social Networks; Lidl, R & Piltz, G

6.3, p. 18; Waterjet Curve, The; Anonymous

6.3, p. 22; Pythagorean Triples; Schweiger, F

6.4, p. 6; Clock Paradox of Special Relativity, The; Sneddon, G E

6.4, p. 14; Birthday Problem, The; Watson, G S & Watterson, G A

6.4, p. 19; "Papermobile" to Multiply Polynomials, A; Declercq, J-P

6.4, p. 21; Life in the Round I; Deakin, M A B

6.5, p. 5; What's the Difference?; Mack, J

6.5, p. 10; Life in the Round II; Deakin, M A B

6.5, p. 15; Dynamics of Conveyor Belts, The; Morton, B R

Volume 7 (1983)

7.1, p. 7; Digit Patterns of Prime Numbers; Evans, K McR

7.1, p. 10; Higher Dimensional Analogues of Pythagoras' Theorem; Olbrich, W E

7.1, p. 15; Rubik's Magic Cube; Anonymous

7.1, p. 21; Rodeo, The; Watterson, G A

7.2, p. 7; Honesty, Caution and Common Sense; Barnett, N S

7.2, p. 10; Impossible?; Anonymous

7.2, p. 14; Yet Another Pandora's Box; Charles, D & Wendler, W

7.2, p. 19; Geometrical Proof that 1 + 2 + 3 + .. + n = 1/2 n(n+1); Higgins, P

7.2, p. 20; Cones & Conic Sections I; Mack, J

7.3, p. 6; Cones & Conic Sections II; Mack, J

7.3, p. 10; Lewis Carroll in his Professional Life; Deakin, M A B

7.4, p. 7; Theorem on Series; or the Art of Adding Arbitrarily many Small Numbers; Anonymous

7.4, p. 12; Intelligent Robot, The; Owens, R

7.4, p. 20; Tests for Divisibility on Large Numbers; Henry, B

7.4, p. 24; Scientific Laws I; Preston, G B

7.5, p. 4; Binomial Theorem, The; Gordon, B

7.5, p. 10; Scientific Laws II; Preston, G B

Volume 8 (1984)

8.1, p. 4; Infinity = 572957795..; Fox, C

8.1, p. 6; Remarkable Formula, A ; Anonymous

8.1, p. 13; s Formula for a Triangle, The; Deakin, J A

8.1, p. 16; Two-Dimensional Building?, A; Kloeden, P E

8.1, p. 17; Inequality of the Arithmetic and Geometric Means, The; Niven, I

8.1, p. 20; Yan-a-Bumfit and All That; Deakin, M A B

8.2, p. 6; Mathematics accepts the Impossible; Stillwell, J C

8.2, p. 10; Geometry and Diplomacy; Sharfuddin, S M

8.2, p. 12; Guido Grandi - The Rosarian's Mathematician; Cameron, M J

8.2, p. 18; General Triangle, The; Tergan, B

8.2, p. 23; Self Numbers and Junction Numbers; Kaprekar, D R

8.2, p. 25; Property of Conic Sections, A; Greenbury, G J

8.3, p. 4; Raba's Teasascope; Anonymous

8.3, p. 7; Forgotten Arts of Arithmetic, The: The "Long Division" Process for Extracting Square Roots; Deakin, J A

8.3, p. 10; Gauss: The Mathematical Mozart; Halsall, T

8.3, p. 15; Family Relationships and Graphs; Wong, J

8.4, p. 4; M-Pump, The; Moppert, C F

8.4, p. 10; Wine Casks and Calculus; Cameron, M J

8.4, p. 16; Why are Mathematicians Eccentric?; Bowers, J F

8.4, p. 24; Problem from the Moscow Papyrus, A; Smith, G C

8.5, p. 6; Turing Machines; Crossley, J N

8.5, p. 10; Euclid's Algorithm; Deakin, J A

8.5, p. 16; Poisson Approximation to the Binomial; Brown, T C

Volume 9 (1985)

9.1, p. 6; Three Postcard Trick, The; Stillwell, J C

9.1, p. 10; What is the Best Base?; Deakin, M A B

9.1, p. 15; Wonders of 13, The; Kaprekar, D R

9.1, p. 16; Prisoner's Dilemma Game, The; Tamplin, B & Kloeden, P

9.1, p. 21; Quality and Statistics; Barnett, N S

9.2, p. 6; Properties of a Cylindrical Coil; Barnett, N S

9.2, p. 9; Dairy Fit for Every Lady's Toilet and Gentleman's Pocket, A; Leder, G C

9.2, p. 15; Mathematical Measure Theory I: Origins; Kupka, J G

9.2, p. 23; Mathematics in Tennis; Clarke, S R

9.2, p. 27; Gurson's Constant; Strugnell, G

9.3, p. 6; Pythagoras' Theorem; Stillwell, J C

9.3, p. 12; Easter; Rowe, S

9.3, p. 15; Visit to Flatland, A; Kloeden, P E

9.3, p. 17; Mathematical Measure Theory II: Birth; Kupka, J G

9.3, p. 21; Where to Site a Tornado Shelter; Lindley, D

9.3, p. 26; Historical Curiosity, An; Deakin, J A

9.3, p. 27; Squash Mathematics; Clarke, S R

9.4, p. 4; Vilfredo Pareto (1848-1923), a Distribution and a Useful Observation; Barnett, N S

9.4, p. 9; Mathematics and Weaving I: Fabrics and how they Hang Together; Praeger, C E

9.4, p. 13; Calendar, The; Rowe, S

9.4, p. 16; Projective Geometry; Stillwell, J C

9.4, p. 25; Folding Chair, The; Anonymous

9.5, p. 6; Complex Numbers in Algebra; Stillwell, J C

9.5, p. 12; Same Sum. Same Product; Anonymous

9.5, p. 14; Mathematics and Weaving II; Praeger, C E

9.5, p. 20; Folding a 60 Degree Angle; Anonymous

9.5, p. 23; Rambam, The; Lausch, H

Volume 10 (1986)

10.1, p. 9; Functions of Several Variables; Fox, C

10.1, p. 10; Designing an Arch; Barnett, N S

10.1, p. 16; Mathematics of Measurement, The; Deakin, M A B

10.1, p. 25; Radical Equations; Bompart, B

10.2, p. 6; Polygonal, Prime and Perfect Numbers; Stillwell, J C

10.2, p. 9; Are we Related, You and I?; Watterson, G A

10.2, p. 12; Parallel Computing: Breaching the Barrier of Time; Maeder, A

10.2, p. 15; Growth of Fern Fronds, The; Murphy, S

10.2, p. 20; Pascal's Tetrahedron; Henry, B

10.3, p. 6; Computer Animation; Binh Pham

10.3, p. 9; L F Richardson's Weather Forecast Factory; Kloeden, P E

10.3, p. 13; Fourier Spirals Using Logo; Fox, C

10.3, p. 16; Proofs of Pythagoras' Theorem; Anonymous

10.4, p. 8; Mathematical Model of an Arms Race, A; Kloeden, P E

10.4, p. 15; Cheating, Stealing, Piano Tuning; Lausch, H

10.4, p. 22; Infinite Ladders; Deakin, M A B

10.4, p. 28; Products of Consecutive Integers; Mack, J

10.5, p. 6; Chinese Gambling Games in NSW in 1891; Hansford-Miller, F

10.5, p. 12; Problem of Factoring Numbers, The; Jones, C M

10.5, p. 16; Holy Mathematicians!; Deakin, M A B

10.5, p. 21; Card Shuffling; Watterson, G A

Volume 11 (1987)

11.1, p. 4; Development of Algebra, The; Donaldson, L

11.1, p. 6; Doomsday Method, The; Johnson, D

11.1, p. 9; Prizes and Medals; Deakin, M A B

11.1, p. 12; Tartaglia and Cardano; Stillwell, J C

11.1, p. 15; Yellow Lights; Deakin, M A B

11.1, p. 19; Big Numbers; McAndrew, A

11.1, p. 25; Inverse Functions; Baird, G

11.1, p. 27; Analytical Engine of Charles Babbage, The; Kloeden, P E

11.1, p. 30; Distribution of Prime Numbers ; Riedl, A

11.2, p. 7; Square Root of Zero, The; Deakin, M A B

11.2, p. 14; Clear Thinking about Limits; Pryde, A J

11.2, p. 18; Simple Rational Numbers; Mack, J

11.2, p. 24; Japanese Abacus, The; Anonymous

11.2, p. 25; What are the Odds that nCr is even?; Sved, M

11.3, p. 5; Cooking Meat and Potatoes; Deakin, M A B

11.3, p. 9; Rene Descartes; Stillwell, J C

11.3, p. 11; Probability of Winning the VFL Grand Final, The; Ethier, S N

11.3, p. 18; Axiom of Inequality, The; Deakin, M A B

11.3, p. 25; Supercomputers Play at Slicing the Pi; Verma, S

11.4, p. 10; Calculating the Greatest Common Divisor; Worley, R T

11.4, p. 13; Unreliable Witnesses and Bayes' Rule; Watterson, G A

11.4, p. 16; Solving Polynomial Equations I ; Barnett, N S

11.4, p. 26; Sprague Sequence, The; Wong, S

11.4, p. 32; Are We Consistent?; Watterson, G A

11.5, p. 4; Bisection of a Quadrilateral by a Line through a Vertex; Burns, J C & Kovacs

11.5, p. 14; Tale of Three Cities, A; Deakin, M A B

11.5, p. 20; Solving Polynomial Equations II; Barnett, N S

11.5, p. 26; Trick with DOSEDIT, A; Jandep

11.5, p. 30; Careers in Econometrics; King, M L

Volume 12 (1988)

12.1, p. 11; Mathematics of Imprecision, The: Fuzzy Sets; Kloeden, P E

12.1, p. 18; Average Achieved in Tossing Two Dice, The; Watterson, G A

12.1, p. 20; Design for a Pick-up; Barton, J C

12.1, p. 25; Build your own Technical Word Processor or BYO TWP; Jandep

12.2, p. 5; Some Fascinating Formulae of Ramanujan; Somasundaram, D

12.2, p. 9; Two Pieces of Mathemagic; Henry, B

12.2, p. 11; You're a Mathematician! Oh, I Never Was Much Good at Maths; Davey, B A

12.2, p. 19; Q-zapping; Coote, R D

12.2, p. 22; Theorems among Murphy's Laws; Wright, I W

12.2, p. 25; Mathematical Politicians; Deakin, M A B

12.2, p. 27; As the Abacus, so the Electronic Calculator; Pask, C

12.3, p. 4; International Mathematical Olympiad, The: Historical Notes; Ball, G

12.3, p. 6; Remote Inequalities; Downes, J

12.3, p. 9; Australian Numbers; Hansford-Miller, F

12.3, p. 16; Tasks for Your Microcomputer: e^x, sin x and cos x; Thomson, L

12.3, p. 26; AIDS and Bayes; Watterson, G A

12.3, p. 29; You can Always Blame your Parents!; Kloeden, P E

12.4, p. 5; Construction of an Equilateral Triangle; Burns, J C

12.4, p. 10; Quench your Mathematical Thirst; Potts, R B

12.4, p. 13; Non-Euclidean Geometry; Sved, M

12.4, p. 20; Fibonacci Sequences and Chain Reactions; Deakin, M A B

12.4, p. 24; Towering Challenge, The; Hartnell, T

12.5, p. 4; Questions 5 and 6 of the International Mathematical Olympiad 1988; Strzelecki, E

12.5, p. 13; Knots; Stillwell, J C

12.5, p. 19; Rule of 72, The; Deakin, M A B

12.5, p. 21; Ceva and Menelaus, The Theorem of; Sved, M

12.5, p. 27; Centrifugal Force; Deakin, M A B & Troup, G J

Volume 13 (1989)

13.1, p. 4; Binary Magic Square; Murphy, S

13.1, p. 5; How to Find the Day of the Week of any Date in the 20th Century; Greenbury, G J

13.1, p. 6; Greenhouse Effect, The; Watterson, G A

13.1, p. 8; Is it "Small" or is it "Negligible"?; Chu, E K

13.1, p. 14; Arithmetic - 16th Century Style; Jackson, M

13.1, p. 18; Middle Square Random Number Generator, The; Dunne, R

13.1, p. 22; Walk across the Bridges, A; Deakin, M A B

13.1, p. 30; Yet Another Construction of an Equilateral Triangle; Szekeres, E

13.1, p. 31; Summation of Fibonacci Terms as Decimals; Greenbury, G J

13.2, p. 4; Points Inside Quadrilaterals; Worley, R T

13.2, p. 7; Do You Know How to hunt and hatch Divisors?; Class 2A4 of the SCIP

13.2, p. 13; Perfect Numbers (Translated from Math-Jeunes); Anonymous

13.2, p. 14; Jesuit and Fellow of the Royal Society: a Best Fit?; Lausch, H

13.2, p. 22; Solving Old Problems in New Ways - Surprising Connections Between Apparently Different Things; Deakin, M A B

13.2, p. 25; Pythagorean Triples and Complex Numbers; Sved, M

13.2, p. 30; Alternative Methods of Multiplication; Greenbury, G J

13.2, p. 31; Approximation to Pi; Anonymous

13.3, p. 7; Ten Years Ago: Black Holes; McIntosh, C B G

13.3, p. 11; Fun with Fibonacci; Whitaker, R

13.3, p. 17; Mathematics of Family Planning Insurance, The; Chaudhuri, S A

13.3, p. 22; Bowling Averages; Burns, J C

13.3, p. 25; Calculating Age by Formula; Greenbury, G J

13.4, p. 4; Rubik's Clock; Anonymous

13.4, p. 10; Ten Years Ago: The Tutte Graph with Comment, Ten Years Later; Holton, D A

13.4, p. 15; Fractals, On; Sved, M

13.4, p. 20; My Dentist's Clock; Watterson, G A

13.4, p. 23; 3-D Pythagoras; Sudbury, A

13.4, p. 25; Quaternions and the Product of Two Vectors; Deakin, J A

13.4, p. 28; Spy Story, A; Liu, A

13.5, p. 5; Pleasant Cubics; Charles, D F

13.5, p. 9; Ten Years Ago: Methods of Proof; Ollerenshaw, K

13.5, p. 13; Weights and Measures and the Overfill Problem; Barnett, N S

13.5, p. 17; Pilot's Lot, A; Watterson, G A

13.5, p. 20; Rounding Up, Down and Off; Deakin, M A B

13.5, p. 30; Heritage of the French Revolution, A: the Long and Tortuous History of the Metre; Trompler, S

Volume 14 (1990)

14.1, p. 6; Paths of the Planets, The; Cameron, M J

14.1, p. 16; Tournament of the Towns; Taylor, P

14.1, p. 21; Maths and Science: Good for Girls, Good for Victoria; Arianrhod, R

14.1, p. 34; Conventions in Mathematics; Anonymous

14.2, p. 6; Group Theory and Symmetry in Physics; Arianrhod, R

14.2, p. 12; We, the Living; Deakin, M A B

14.2, p. 17; Three-Dimensional Cosine Rule, A; Greenbury, G J

14.2, p. 19; Generating Functions; Sved, M

14.2, p. 25; Coin-tossing and Other Matters; Deakin, M A B

14.2, p. 28; Primes and Computers; Worley, R T

14.3, p. 4; The Fractal Fern; Jennings, W

14.3, p. 7; All at Sea; Sudbury, A

14.3, p. 8; Titius-Bode Law of Planetary Distances, The; Prentice, A J R & Deakin, M A B

14.3, p. 19; Space, Time, Motion, and Calculus; Deakin, M A B

14.3, p. 24; Primes and Computers II; Worley, R T

14.4, p. 5; Shades of Pythagoras via Fibonacci; Greenbury, G J

14.4, p. 7; Running Round in Squares and Getting Cross; Deakin, M A B

14.4, p. 13; How We Fixed a Sundial; Deakin, M A B

14.4, p. 23; Packing, Supercircles and Intuition; Worley, R T

14.4, p. 25; Number Pattern, A; Sofo, A & Cerone, P

14.4, p. 32; Can we Trust Results Obtained Using a Computer?; Worley, R T

14.5, p. 4; Absent-Minded Secretary and Similar Tales, The; Sved, M

14.5, p. 9; Rooks and Multi-Dimensional Chess Boards; Kisin, M

14.5, p. 15; All at Sea - Solutions; Anonymous

14.5, p. 25; A Tasmania Theorem; Deakin, M A B

14.5, p. 27; Computing the Fibonacci Numbers; Worley, R T

14.5, p. 33; Idea, An; Sastry, K R S

Volume 15 (1991)

15.1, p. 6; Numerical Street-Cleaning Quality Measure, A; Barnett, N S

15.1, p. 10; Computer-Generated Theorem in Elementary Geometry?, A; Deakin, M A B

15.1, p. 15; Trigonometric Identity, A; Sastry, K R S

15.1, p. 21; The Pre-pre-history of Mathematics; Deakin, M A B

15.2, p. 5; Radical Problem, A; Grossman, Peter

15.2, p. 11; Facts and Formulas about Shapes and Transformations of Conic Sections; Charles, D F

15.2, p. 15; Pi; Spiteri, K

15.2, p. 21; Facing Mecca; Deakin, M A B

15.2, p. 26; Some Computing Methods; Worley, R T

15.3, p. 5; Tanaka's "Shadows"; Deakin, M A B

15.3, p. 23; Plimpton 322; Deakin, M A B

15.4, p. 4; Averages: Some Geometrical and Physical Interpretations; Evans, K McR

15.4, p. 13; SPIN OUT and the Chinese Rings; Cowban, R

15.4, p. 25; The Four Circles Theorem; Deakin, M A B

15.5, p. 6; Computer Algebra; Norton, P & Arianrhod, R

15.5, p. 12; Hyperspheres; Spiteri, K

15.5, p. 15; Life is not Meant to be Always Palindromic; Lausch, H

15.5, p. 24; From Two to Three to Four and so on; Deakin, M A B

Volume 16 (1992)

16.1, p. 6; Square Roots of Matrices; Miller, J B

16.1, p. 9; Handling Polynomials with a Computer Algebra System; Varsavsky, C

16.1, p. 16; One Good Turn; Hoi, K

16.1, p. 19; Hypatia of Alexandria; Deakin, M A B

16.2, p. 5; Heron Quadratics; Sastry, K R S

16.2, p. 10; Hanging Chains, Samurai Swords and Square Wheels; Deakin, M A B

16.2, p. 21; "Napoleon's Theorem"; Deakin, M A B

16.3, p. 6; When Cattle Farming becomes an Ecological Disaster; Lausch, H

16.3, p. 10; Pegs in Holes; Spiteri, K

16.3, p. 12; How Big is a Function?; Kloeden, P E

16.3, p. 26; Pappus and the Pandrosion Puzzlement; Frost, W

16.4, p. 6; Seeing Parabolas; Carr, R

16.4, p. 13; Fibonacci Sequences; Arianrhod, R

16.4, p. 19; The Challenge; Deakin, M A B

16.4, p. 31; The Car and The Goats; Anonymous

16.4, p. 33; Armstrong Numbers; Anonymous

16.4, p. 34; Remembering Pi; Anonymous

16.5, p. 7; Golden Section, The; Deakin, M A B

16.5, p. 13; Pappus' Generalisation of Pythagoras' Theorem; Greenbury, G J

16.5, p. 15; Two Mobius Bands, The; Stillwell, J C

16.5, p. 24; More on Napoleon's Theorem; Deakin, M A B

Volume 17 (1993)

17.1, p. 5; How to Work out your Home Loan; Kupka, J G

17.1, p. 13; Tick Tock; Spiteri, K

17.1, p. 15; Modular Arithmetic Keeps the Numbers Small; Varsavsky, C

17.1, p. 20; How Proofs Began; Mackenzie, J K

17.1, p. 31; Coloured Caps and Right-Hand Turns; Anonymous

17.2, p. 6; Harmonic Series, The; Grossman, Peter

17.2, p. 9; Classification of Cubic Polynomials, A; Henry, J B

17.2, p. 13; Triple Bill; Deakin, M A B

17.2, p. 17; Counting the Days; Deakin, M A B

17.2, p. 22; A Security Matter; Varsavsky, C

17.2, p. 33; Telecom 1993 Australian Mathematical Olympiad, The; Lausch, H

17.3, p. 6; Winning Tattslotto - Twice; Clark, R M

17.3, p. 12; Trigonometric Solutions to Quadratic Equations; Whitaker, R

17.3, p. 14; Solving Mathematical Problems with a Spreadsheet; Varsavsky, C

17.3, p. 21; Wonderful Deduction, The; Deakin, M A B

17.4, p. 6; Vive Viete!; Whitaker, R

17.4, p. 8; Tangent Rule, The; Anonymous

17.4, p. 9; More on the Monash Sundial; Anonymous

17.4, p. 10; Days of Eggs and Bunnies; Deakin, M A B

17.4, p. 20; Numbers and Computers; Varsavsky, C

17.4, p. 26; Law of Cubic Proportions in Elections, The; Phatarfod, R M & Constantinou, M

17.4, p. 31; Sing Another Song; Clark, R M

17.5, p. 9; Mathematics and Gliding; Hookings, G

17.5, p. 14; Continuity; Kisin, M

17.5, p. 18; "Unreasonable" Numbers; Deakin, M A B

17.5, p. 22; Getting the Message Through; Varsavsky, C

Volume 18 (1994)

18.1, p. 4; Lockwood's Goldfish; Deakin, M A B

18.1, p. 7; Square Root Law of the Resolute Minority, The; Phatarfod, R M

18.1, p. 12; Lewis Carroll - Mathematician?; Deakin, M A B

18.1, p. 21; Construct your own Fractal; Varsavsky, C

18.1, p. 33; Fermat's Last Theorem - Stop Press; Stillwell, J C

18.2, p. 4; Sierpinski Carpet, The; Varsavsky, C

18.2, p. 6; Tetra Pak, The; Deakin, M A B

18.2, p. 11; Law of Logarithms, A; Englefield, M

18.2, p. 13; Means and Triangle Medians; Sastry, K R S

18.2, p. 16; Fermat's Last Theorem; Stillwell, J C

18.2, p. 22; Algorithm for Magic Squares, An; Varsavsky, C

18.2, p. 32; 1994 Australian Mathematical Olympiad; Lausch, H

18.3, p. 4; Circles and Vortices; Collings, I

18.3, p. 7; Beyond Reasonable Doubt; Lochert, P

18.3, p. 12; Fifty and the Twenty, The; Deakin, M A B

18.3, p. 19; Fourfold Way, The; Deakin, M A B

18.3, p. 25; Exact Arithmetic; Varsavsky, C

18.4, p. 4; Levy's Curve; Varsavsky, C

18.4, p. 7; Mirror Images; Grossman, Paul

18.4, p. 12; Differences of Squares; Collings, I

18.4, p. 14; Laputa or Tlon?; Deakin, M A B

18.4, p. 21; About Polar Coordinates and Pretty Graphs; Varsavsky, C

18.5, p. 4; Chains of Circles; Bolton, B & Boundy, B

18.5, p. 12; Pythagorean Theorem: A Pythagorean Generalization, The; Sastry, K R S

18.5, p. 18; Mathematics and Malaria; Deakin, M A B

18.5, p. 21; Chance and Beauty; Varsavsky, C

Volume 19 (1995)

19.1, p. 4; Mathematics of a Drawbridge, The; Deakin, M A B

19.1, p. 9; Roland Percival Sprague and the Impartial Game; Lausch, H

19.1, p. 15; Multi-digit Numbers; Boyd, A

19.1, p. 25; Predictable "Random" Sequences; Varsavsky, C

19.2, p. 4; Cutting up Triangles; Deakin, M A B

19.2, p. 6; Archimedes, Romberg and Pi; Shanks, J

19.2, p. 15; Roman Numerals; Deakin, M A B

19.2, p. 21; Folding Program, A; Varsavsky, C

19.3, p. 4; Cantor Cheese, The; Varsavsky, C

19.3, p. 7; How to Work out the Length of a Day Without Looking at the Newspaper; Sudbury, A

19.3, p. 14; Thrun, Fron, Feen, Wunty; Deakin, M A B

19.3, p. 20; Very Pure Mathematician, The; Deakin, M A B

19.3, p. 27; Creating Three-Dimensional Graphs; Varsavsky, C

19.4, p. 4; Converging Circles; Varsavsky, C

19.4, p. 6; Number Patterns and Wythoff's Game; Deakin, M A B

19.4, p. 11; Square and Polygonal Wheels; Soemantri, R

19.4, p. 14; Problem of the Monks, The; Grossman, Peter

19.4, p. 17; Mental as Anything; Deakin, M A B

19.4, p. 25; Calculating Without Calculators; Grossman, Paul

19.5, p. 4; Fractal Structures from a Simple Model; Hernandez-Bermejo, B

19.5, p. 10; Nice Cubics; Speck, G P

19.5, p. 13; Small Equation - Big Numbers; King, R

19.5, p. 17; Sand or Water: Telling them Apart; Tynan, J & Deakin, M

19.5, p. 22; Walk in Dublin, A; Deakin, M A B

19.5, p. 26; Fast and Slow Algorithms; Varsavsky, C

19.5, p. 29; Carmichael Numbers; Anonymous

Volume 20 (1996)

20.1, p. 4; Curve that Gives us Cube Roots, A; Deakin, M A B

20.1, p. 7; Shapes of Pebbles and Bars of Soap, The; Bolton, H C

20.1, p. 13; Armillary Sphere, The; Deakin, M A B

20.1, p. 20; Answers from Facts and Rules; Varsavsky, C

20.1, p. 25; Approximating Pi; Anonymous

20.2, p. 4; Complex Solutions; Greenbury, G J

20.2, p. 7; Cubic Polynomials and Triangles; Sastry, K R S

20.2, p. 13; Wholesale Profit; Deakin, M A B

20.2, p. 14; Astrolabe, The; Deakin, M A B

20.2, p. 21; Colourful Map of the Complex Plane, A; Varsavsky, C

20.3, p. 4; Subdivision of Triangles; Grossman, Peter

20.3, p. 8; Babylonian Algorithm for Square Roots, The; Hernandez-Bermejo, B

20.3, p. 13; Mark Eid's Theorem; Eid, M

20.3, p. 19; Greatest Area, The; Deakin, M A B

20.3, p. 27; Finding x-intercepts with Mathematics Software; Varsavsky, C

20.4, p. 4; Sequence of Circles, A; Varsavsky, C

20.4, p. 7; Are your Tattslotto Numbers Overdue?; Clark, M

20.4, p. 13; Anagram Groups: A "Cryptic" Piece of Mathematics; Bolton, B

20.4, p. 19; How to Calculate Cube Roots with Square Roots; Deakin, M A B

20.4, p. 22; More on Babylon; Deakin, M A B

20.4, p. 29; Pythagoras Tree, The; Varsavsky, C

20.5, p. 4; Indian Construction, An; Deakin, M A B

20.5, p. 6; Hopping Anagrams and Cycles; Roberts, A

20.5, p. 10; Buffon's Paperclip; Shanks, J

20.5, p. 18; Tax on the Tax, The; Deakin, M A B

20.5, p. 21; Yet More on Babylon; Deakin, M A B

20.5, p. 24; Plotting 3D curves; Varsavsky, C

Volume 21 (1997)

21.1, p. 4; Golden Rectangle and its Rectangular Spiral, The ; Bolton, B

21.1, p. 9; Cracking the Combination - The Good Way!; Grossman, Peter

21.1, p. 14; Bow and Arrow in the Groves of Ind; Deakin, M A B & Steinmayer O

21.1, p. 23; St Pavel Florensky and Others ; Deakin, M A B

21.1, p. 29; Modelling Shapes with Polynomials; Varsavsky, C

21.1, p. 33; "Cube Roots"; Guest, J

21.1, p. 34; "Arithmo-Geometric Series"; Sastry, K R S

21.1, p. 35; "Subdivision of Triangles"; Garson, D

21.1, p. 42; Olympiad News; Lausch, H

21.2, p. 4; Figure of the ABC, The; Bolton, B

21.2, p. 6; Example of a Mathematical Model, An; Adlem, R

21.2, p. 12; Hailstone Numbers ; McDowell, I & Evans, K

21.2, p. 17; Book Review: Evariste Galois, 1811-1832; Lausch, H

21.2, p. 20; "News from Wales"; Dean, K

21.2, p. 21; Bible and pi , The; Deakin, M A B & Lausch, H

21.2, p. 27; Saving Space ; Varsavsky, C

21.2, p. 37; Olympiad News; Lausch, H

21.3, p. 4; Construction of a Regular Pentagon; Mifsud, F & Spiteri, K

21.3, p. 7; Special Irrational Numbers ; Deakin, M A B

21.3, p. 12; "Rule of 72", The ; Grossman, Peter

21.3, p. 15; Ethnomathematics ; Deakin, M A B

21.3, p. 22; Search for a Pattern, The ; Varsavsky, C

21.3, p. 32; Olympiad News; Lausch, H

21.4, p. 4; Non-Euclidean Geometry, A; Ng, S

21.4, p. 11; Leaning Ladders; King, R

21.4, p. 16; Thinking Other People's Thoughts ; Deakin, M A B

21.4, p. 23; Mathematics and the Internet; Varsavsky, C

21.5, p. 4; Flying through the Air: Golfballs, Arrows and Cubic Equations ; Komisarczyk, M

21.5, p. 9; How Far is the Horizon?; Bolton, B

21.5, p. 11; Magic Squares at Random? ; Clark, M

21.5, p. 16; Right before our Very Eyes ; Deakin, M A B

21.5, p. 21; Crocheting the Modern Way; Varsavsky, C

21.5, p. 24; "Summing Series"; Bullock, P

21.5, p. 30; Olympiad News; Lausch, H

Volume 22 (1998)

22.1, p. 4; Ramanujan's Number; Editors

22.1, p. 5; Simple Sundial ; Bolton, B

22.1, p. 7; Bird, Two Trains, The Boy, The Girl, The Dog and The Freedom of Human Action, A; Deakin, M A B

22.1, p. 14; Dividing The Cake; Clark, M

22.1, p. 21; Story of Logarithms, The; Deakin, M A B

22.1, p. 28; Attractive Orbits; Varsavsky, C

22.2, p. 4; "Geometric Theorem"; Deakin, M A B

22.2, p. 6; Ptolemy and His Theorem; Evans, K

22.2, p. 15; Immunisation Dilemma, The; Deakin, M A B & Hunter C

22.2, p. 20; "News from Wales"; Dean, K

22.2, p. 23; Story of Logarithms Part 2, The; Deakin, M A B

22.2, p. 29; Construct Your Own Computer; Varsavsky, C

22.2, p. 38; Olympiad News; Lausch, H

22.3, p. 4; Lute of Pythagoras; Varsavsky, C

22.3, p. 6; Cooling of The Coffee, The; Nolan, M

22.3, p. 8; Mathematics of Vibration, The; Bolton, B

22.3, p. 12; "Leaning Ladders"; Guest, J

22.3, p. 14; "Leaning Ladders"; Halprin, D

22.3, p. 16; Mathematics in the Press; Editors

22.3, p. 18; Providing Infinitely Many Things All at Once; Deakin, M A B

22.3, p. 25; Keeping Ahead of The Machines: Integrals of Runaway Functions; Deakin, M A B

22.4, p. 4; Interesting Problem and Some Creative Solutions, An; Henry, B

22.4, p. 9; Four-Turtles Problem, The ; Deakin, M A B

22.4, p. 12; Patterns in Tattslotto Numbers ; Clark, M

22.4, p. 16; "Ptolemy's Theorem"; Liu, A

22.4, p. 18; John Wallis and His Wonderful Product; Deakin, M A B

22.4, p. 26; Turtles' Path, The; Varsavsky, C

22.5, p. 4; "The Tractrix"; Editors

22.5, p. 5; Lionel and Linmei's Beach Adventure; Deakin, M A B

22.5, p. 12; "Greatness" of a Great Theorem, A; Sastry, K R S

22.5, p. 16; "Wallis's Product"; Guest, J

22.5, p. 17; Simon Stevin and his Non-Magical Magic ; Deakin, M A B

22.5, p. 22; About Cubics and Kangaroos; Varsavsky, C

22.5, p. 33; Olympiad News; Lausch, H

Volume 23 (1999)

23.1, p. 3; Sine Curves; Editors

23.1, p. 4; Beating the Odds; Deakin, M A B

23.1, p. 10; Interaction of Mathematics and Science: an Example from Optics, The ; Bolton, B

23.1, p. 15; Sum resulting in pi, A; Nolan, M

23.1, p. 21; Rare Maths Book sold at Auction; Editors

23.1, p. 23; Isoperimetric Problem, The; Deakin, M A B

23.1, p. 29; Parallel Computing; Grossman, Peter

23.2, p. 4; Fractal Shapes; Sofo, A

23.2, p. 11; Four-dimensional Spheres; Englefield, M

23.2, p. 19; "News from Wales"; Dean, K

23.2, p. 21; Best Proof?, The; Deakin, M A B

23.2, p. 30; Thirty-four Years Ago; Grossman, Peter

23.3, p. 4; Farey Fractions; King, R

23.3, p. 10; Equilateral Triangles and the Three Churches Problem; Grossman, Peter

23.3, p. 15; Vexatious Arithmetic; Deakin, M A B

23.3, p. 23; Programming a Snowflake; Varsavsky, C

23.3, p. 27; "Trigonometric Identity"; Guest, J

23.3, p. 33; Olympiad News; Lausch, H

23.3, p. 35; Olympiad News; Lausch, H

23.4, p. 4; Construction of Archimedes, A; Evans, K

23.4, p. 8; Ruler and Compass Construction; Charles, D

23.4, p. 14; Trisecting an Angle; Deakin, M A B

23.4, p. 22; About Towers and Recursion; Varsavsky, C

23.4, p. 32; Olympiad News; Lausch, H

23.5, p. 4; Ford Circles; King, R

23.5, p. 10; Pitfalls of Playing Poker with a Depleted Deck - or the Case of the Elusive Flush, The; Coote, R D

23.5, p. 13; When does the Millennium end?; Grossman, Peter

23.5, p. 15; Two Inequalities for the Mean; Starc, Z

23.5, p. 17; Going Non-Euclidean and being Euclidean all along; Deakin, M A B

23.5, p. 23; That Bug: ruy 2k ok?; Editors

23.5, p. 33; Olympiad News; Lausch, H

Volume 24 (2000)

24.1, p. 4; Starsigns, Statistics and 1/e; Deakin, M A B

24.1, p. 11; You are a Mathematician! Oh! I never was much good At Maths; Davey B A

24.1, p. 22; The 2000 Maths Festival at Melbourne University ; Thornton, A

24.1, p. 24; "Ruler and Compass"; Anonymous

24.1, p. 26; Existence Theorems ; Deakin, M A B

24.1, p. 31; An XOR-cise in Swapping; Grossman, Peter

24.2, p. 4; Letter and Envelope; Harris, L

24.2, p. 7; The Sine Sum Identity ; Lun, A

24.2, p. 15; An Algebraic Inequality and Three Different Solutions; Arslanagic, S

24.2, p. 18; "Zeroes of Polynomials"; Dean, K

24.2, p. 20; The Millennium Question ; Deakin, M A B

24.2, p. 26; A Wealth of Mathematical Resources ; Varsavsky, C

24.3, p. 4; On Biased Coins and Loaded Dice ; Kupka, J G

24.3, p. 10; What is your Surface Area? ; Deakin, M A B

24.3, p. 15; "Polynomial Equations"; Halprin, D

24.3, p. 17; "Polynomial Equations"; Guest, J

24.3, p. 19; "Sine Sum Identity"; Guest, J

24.3, p. 22; Why Statistics can be Difficult; Deakin, M A B

24.3, p. 35; Olympiad News; Lausch, H

24.4, p. 4; A New Mathematical Constant ; Clark, M

24.4, p. 9; Difference and Ratio; Evans, K McR

24.4, p. 13; Book Review: The Man Who Loved Only Numbers : The Story of Paul Erdos and the Search for Mathematical Truth ; Clark, M

24.4, p. 15; More on the Basis of Statistics; Deakin, M A B

24.4, p. 23; It is so Easy with Spreadsheets; Varsavsky, C

24.4, p. 36; Olympiad News; Lausch, H

24.5, p. 4; What is your Erdos Number? ; Clark, M

24.5, p. 6; Extensions to the Fibonacci Sequence ; Bolton, B & Hunt, G

24.5, p. 12; The Cycloid and its Relatives ; Razpet, M

24.5, p. 17; Blessed Francisco Faa di Bruno; Editors

24.5, p. 19; Mathematical Sprites and Fairies ; Deakin, M A B

24.5, p. 26; Simulating Random Phenomena ; Varsavsky, C

Volume 25 (2001)

25.1, p. 3; Cassini Ovals ; Editors

25.1, p. 7; Tangled Tale of a Pillow·Problem, The; Deakin, M A B

25.1, p. 14; "Magic Square"; Lancaster, R

25.1, p. 15; Approximating Pi ; Editors

25.1, p. 18; Squaring the Circle; Ramanujan, S

25.1, p. 19; Good Oil on some Mathematical Words, The; Deakin, M A B

25.1, p. 27; Maths Treasure in Legal Trouble; Varsavsky, C

25.2, p. 3; Ancient Astronomical Graph; Editors

25.2, p. 7; Funfacts: Cutting Pizza; Editors

25.2, p. 8; Part-Buried Pipe, The; Deakin, M A B

25.2, p. 13; News Items: Clay Challenge Problems ; Editors

25.2, p. 15; News Items: Other Millennial Challenges ; Editors

25.2, p. 16; News Items: Archimedes Palimpsest ; Editors

25.2, p. 17; Yet more Approximations to Pi; Editors

25.2, p. 18; Complex Trigonometry; Dean, K

25.2, p. 20; How to make your Name Immortal ; Deakin, M A B

25.2, p. 26; Journal of Online Mathematics, A; Varsavsky, C

25.2, p. 28; Hilton Summation, The; Editors

25.3, p. 3; "Murphy's Eyeballs"; Editors

25.3, p. 7; Pseudo-Induction ; Editors

25.3, p. 8; Ant on the Box, The; Grossman, Peter

25.3, p. 12; Elementary Solution to Pell's Equation, An; Guest, J

25.3, p. 14; Olympiad News; Lausch, H

25.3, p. 16; Olympiad News; Lausch, H

25.3, p. 17; Result in Number Theory, A ; Deakin, M A B

25.3, p. 24; Figurate Numbers ; Editors

25.3, p. 28; Model for Blood Alcohol Concentration, A; Varsavsky, C

25.4, p. 3; Linear Asymptotes; Guest, J

25.4, p. 6; Mathematics at Homebush and Flemington; Deakin, M A B

25.4, p. 11; Functions with no Zero Derivatives; Editors

25.4, p. 12; Part-Buried Pipe; Grossman, Peter

25.4, p. 12; Part-Buried Pipe; Kupka, J G

25.4, p. 15; Hat of a Different Colour, A; Editors

25.4, p. 17; The Talmud and e ; Lausch, H and Deakin, M A B

25.4, p. 22; Storing Numbers: Round-Off Error; Lattanzio, J C

25.4, p. 25; Olympiad News; Lausch, H

25.4, p. 28; "Laws of Thought"; Boole, G

25.5, p. 3; "Electric Motor"; Editors

25.5, p. 4; Apfelmannchen at Konigstein; Treitz, K

25.5, p. 11; Mathematics of Elections; Editors

25.5, p. 14; Benford's Law; Deakin, M A B

25.5, p. 20; More on Pell's Equation; Shaw, D

25.5, p. 22; Winding Curves; Varsavsky, C

25.5, p. 32; Funfacts: Drunken Walker and Plastered Fly ; Editors

Volume 26 (2002)

26.1, p. 4; "Historic Engraving"; Editors

26.1, p. 6; Astrology; Westfold, K C

26.1, p. 10; Quadratic Equations in Ancient Babylon; Editors

26.1, p. 13; Dreadful Error!; Grossman, Paul

26.1, p. 14; Generalizing a Result; Kupka, J G

26.1, p. 17; Locus of Mathematical Reality, The; Deakin, M A B

26.1, p. 24; News Item: Abel Prize ; Editors

26.1, p. 24; Proof: A Play; Editors

26.1, p. 25; Clay Olympiad Prize; Editors

26.1, p. 26; Mathworld is back on line; Varsavsky, C

26.2, p. 3; Projective Diagram; Editors

26.2, p. 5; Sonnets, Monkeys and Evolution; Deakin, M A B

26.2, p. 11; Three Guardians; Editors

26.2, p. 13; Another Challenge to Orthodoxy; Dean, K

26.2, p. 15; More on Astrology; Editors

26.2, p. 16; More on Biased Coins ; Editors

26.2, p. 17; Beautiful Proof; Weatherburn, C

26.2, p. 19; Very Best Match Puzzle; Editors

26.2, p. 22; Diophantus and his Legacy; Deakin, M A B

26.2, p. 28; Beautiful Mind, A; Editors

26.2, p. 29; Fermat's Last Tango; Editors

26.3, p. 3; Ellipse Construction; Editors

26.3, p. 4; Bounds of the Universe, The A Brief History of Astronomy (Part 1) ; Westfold, K C

26.3, p. 10; Power Triangle and Sums of Powers, The; Cleary, J

26.3, p. 13; Queensland's Mathematical Judge; Deakin, M A B

26.3, p. 17; Scientific Computing ; Lattanzio, J C

26.3, p. 24; Olympiad News; Lausch, H

26.4, p. 3; "Puptent"; Editors

26.4, p. 7; Thackeray and the Belgian Progression, The; Ethier, S N

26.4, p. 14; Bounds of the Universe, The A Brief History of Astronomy (Part 2); Westfold, K C

26.4, p. 18; Omar Khayyam, One Person or Two?; Deakin, M A B

26.4, p. 22; Solving non-Linear Equations: Part 1, Overview; Lattanzio, J C

26.4, p. 25; Poincare Conjecture ; Editors

26.4, p. 27; Proof: A Play; Editors

26.5, p. 4; "Policeman on Point Duty"; Editors

26.5, p. 5; Not Brilliant, just Lucky: My Adventures with an Olympiad Problem; Kupka, J G

26.5, p. 12; Strange Case of QAMM Yahya, The ; Deakin, M A B

26.5, p. 18; Solving non-Linear Equations: Part 2, Graphical Methods; Lattanzio, J C

26.5, p. 21; Olympiad News; Lausch, H

26.5, p. 25; Catalan' s Conjecture; Editors

26.5, p. 26; Fields Medals; Editors

26.5, p. 27; Primality Testing; Editors

26.5, p. 29; HRT and Breast Cancer ; Editors

Volume 27 (2003)

27.1, p. 5; Nicene Rules for finding Easter, The; Westfold, K C

27.1, p. 12; Money or the Box, The; Deakin, M A B

27.1, p. 19; Two Sheets of Paper; Editors

27.1, p. 20; Solving non-Linear Equations: Part 3, Bracketing Methods ; Lattanzio, J C

27.1, p. 27; "Primality"; Grossman, Peter

27.1, p. 28; Tides in Lakes ; Deakin, M A B

27.1, p. 32; HRT and Breast Cancer; Editors

27.2, p. 3; "Scaling Graphs"; Editors

27.2, p. 7; Continued Fractions and Indeterminate Equations; Shaw, D

27.2, p. 14; Approximate Formulas; Editors

27.2, p. 17; Election Prediction Vindicated; Phatarfod, R M

27.2, p. 18; Sad News from Wales; Dean, K

27.2, p. 20; Solving non-Linear Equations: Part 4, Fixed Point Iteration ; Lattanzio, J C

27.2, p. 24; First Hurdle , The (Part l); Deakin, M A B

27.3, p. 4; Bull and the Botanist, The; Deakin, M A B

27.3, p. 11; Bernhard Neumann, RIP; Editors

27.3, p. 12; Collins Case ; Editors

27.3, p. 15; Progress on the Twin Primes Conjecture; Editors

27.3, p. 16; Poincare Conjecture; Editors

27.3, p. 17; First Hurdle, The (Part 2); Deakin, M A B

27.3, p. 19; Solving non-Linear Equations: Part 5, The Newton-Raphson Method; Lattanzio, J C

27.3, p. 23; Olympiad News; Lausch, H

27.3, p. 26; A Different Look at Last Issue's Cover; Anderson, B

27.4, p. 5; Usefulness of a seemingly Useless Formula, The ; Troup, G

27.4, p. 9; Cubic Equations; Editors

27.4, p. 11; nth Roots; Editors

27.4, p. 12; Columella's Formula; Editors

27.4, p. 16; Vito Volterra; Deakin, M A B

27.4, p. 23; Solving non-Linear Equations: Part 6, The Secant Method ; Lattanzio, J C

27.5, p. 3; News Item: Abel Prize "J-P Serre"; Editors

27.5, p. 5; Homer in the Corner; Shanks, J

27.5, p. 12; Ants on a Stick; Editors

27.5, p. 13; Charles Babbage and the Ninth Bridgewater Treatise; Deakin, M A B

27.5, p. 19; Spreadsheet to assist with Elections; Grossman, Paul

27.5, p. 27; Olympiad News; Lausch, H

27.5, p. 28; Update on Twin Primes Conjecture; Editors

27.5, p. 28; Twin Primes; Editors

Volume 28 (2004)

28.1, p. 3; "Viviana's Curve"; Editors

28.1, p. 4; Hinged Dissection of a Triangle to a Square, A; Englefield, M

28.1, p. 11; Boundary Layer Theory; Deakin, M A B

28.1, p. 18; Algorithmic Complexity and beyond; Varsavsky, C

28.1, p. 23; "Columella's Formula"; Garson, D

28.1, p. 25; Top Maths honour to Expatriate Aussie; Editors

28.1, p. 26; Doubly Golden Euro; Editors

28.2, p. 3; Trisectrix of Maclaurin; Editors

28.2, p. 8; Night Sky; Bondi, H

28.2, p. 10; Review of Berinde; Deakin, M A B

28.2, p. 12; More on Currency Conversion; Anderson, B

28.2, p. 13; More News from Wales; de Nimmes, S

28.2, p. 15; Meditations on a Tattoo; Deakin, M A B

28.2, p. 21; Yet more on the Collins Case; Editors

28.2, p. 23; Means, more Means and Still more Means; Editors

28.2, p. 25; Kahan Function, The; Editors

28.3, p. 3; "Unlikely Graph"; Editors

28.3, p. 4; Another Prime Number Result Proved?; Editors

28.3, p. 6; Second Abel Prize; Editors

28.3, p. 7; Review of Vincent; Editors

28.3, p. 11; Game of Slither; Editors

28.3, p. 13; Mathematics of Darwin and Mendel's Insights, The; Deakin, M A B

28.3, p. 22; Computation is Exclusive; Editors

28.4, p. 4; Tilings; Alvarez, J & Varsavsky, C

28.4, p. 13; "Contrived Equations"; Editors

28.4, p. 17; More on Twin Primes Conjecture; Editors

28.4, p. 18; "Boy bitten by a Lizard"; Editors

28.4, p. 20; Cassini Project Encounter with Phoebe; Editors

28.4, p. 21; Joseph Bertrand and his Legacy Of Paradox ; Deakin, M A B

28.4, p. 29; Computer Origami; Editors

28.5, p. 4; Last Function; Editors

28.5, p. 8; Three Circles And A Point; Evans, K

28.5, p. 15; Olympiad News; Lausch, H