A collection of interesting mathematical epsilons.
© Stu Savory, 2003.
Several readers of
my blog suggested that I collate the
mathematical posts all in one place. Here is that place :)
 Divisibility by the prime numbers below 50
 How to square the circle (!)
 How to trisect an angle (!)
 An alternative Multiplication method
 How to calculate the day of the week for a given date UNDER REVIEW!!!
 A spelling quilt you can count on
 The Sieve of Eratosthenes finds prime numbers
 A 'top 100' list of famous mathematicians
 An approximate history of PI
 A proof that the square root of 2 is not a fraction
 How to calculate square roots using only a compass and a ruler
 How to solve Cryptograms (12 easy rules)
 A proof of Pythagoras Theorem A^{2} + B^{2} = C^{2}.
 Euclidean Geometry : What Euclid
actually said...
 The Mersenne Primes
 Proof that there are infinitely many prime numbers
 Construction Kits for the Platonic Solids
 Proof that there are only 5 Platonic Solids
 Proof that the angle of a triangle in a semicircle is 90°.
 A geometrical method of solving quadratic equations.
 Complex number arithmetic tutorial.
 Proof of the Unique Factorisation Theorem.
 Different kinds of Averages
 An Indian Multiplication Method
 The 80:20 rule, Pareto analysis
 Robust statistics using boxplots

A limerick in algebra / Maths as poetry :)
To be continued . . .
Now go visit my blog please :)