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The Elementary Cellular Automata - A Journey into the Computational WorldArticle | By At Right Angles | Apr 12, 2018  | Mathematics | 0 Likes

The topic of Cellular Automata lends itself to interesting investigations which are well within the reach of high school students.

A Cyclic Kepler Quadrilateral and the Golden RatioArticle | By At Right Angles | Apr 12, 2018  | Mathematics | 0 Likes

A recent paper by Bizony (2017) discussed the interesting golden ratio properties of a Kepler triangle, defined as a right-angled triangle with its sides in geometric

How To Prove It - ParallelogramArticle | By At Right Angles | Apr 12, 2018  | Mathematics | 0 Likes

In this episode of "How To Prove It" we study a number of possible characterizations of a parallelogram...

Fractional TripletsArticle | By At Right Angles | Apr 12, 2018  | Mathematics | 0 Likes

Consider this puzzle. Three brothers – Youngest, Middle and Oldest – each receive some money in the form of some inheritance.

On an Optimization problem Article | By At Right Angles | Apr 12, 2018  | Mathematics | 0 Likes

Consider a solid sphere of radius r. Suppose it is melted and the molten mass is recast into two solid spheres of radii r 1 and r 2 .

Inequalities in Algebra and Geometry - Part 4Article | By At Right Angles | Apr 12, 2018  | Mathematics | 0 Likes

The arithmetic mean-geometric mean inequality (generally referred to as the AM-GM inequality; said to be part of the daily diet for aspiring mathletes, and routinely u

Is a Parallelogram ever not a ParallelogramArticle | By At Right Angles | Apr 12, 2018  | Mathematics | 0 Likes

A parallelogram may appear to be a very simple and basic shape of plane geometry, but its simplicity is deceptive; indeed it possesses a lot of richness of structure.

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