This is the twenty-third match in our group stage: from Group 3, it’s Vicky Neale up against Sophie Carr. The pitches are below, and at the end of this post there’s a poll where you can vote for your favourite bit of maths. Take a look at both pitches, vote for the bit of maths…

# The Big Internet Math-Off 2019, Group 2 – Marianne and Rachel vs Jorge Nuno Silva

This is the twenty-second match in our group stage: from Group 2, it’s Marianne Freiberger and Rachel Thomas up against Jorge Nuno Silva. The pitches are below, and at the end of this post there’s a poll where you can vote for your favourite bit of maths. Take a look at both pitches, vote for…

# The Big Internet Math-Off 2019, Group 1 – Alex Corner vs Grant Sanderson

This is the twenty-first match in our group stage: from Group 1, it’s Alex Corner up against Grant Sanderson. The pitches are below, and at the end of this post there’s a poll where you can vote for your favourite bit of maths. Take a look at both pitches, vote for the bit of maths…

# The Big Internet Math-Off 2019, Group 4 – Colin Beveridge vs Anna Haensch

This is the twentieth match in our group stage: from Group 4, it’s Colin Beveridge up against Anna Haensch. The pitches are below, and at the end of this post there’s a poll where you can vote for your favourite bit of maths. Take a look at both pitches, vote for the bit of maths…

# The Big Internet Math-Off 2019, Group 3 – Vicky Neale vs Sunil Singh

This is the nineteenth match in our group stage, but there’s been a change to the schedule: from Group 3, it would’ve been Vicky Neale against Sunil Singh. Unfortunately, some grade A eejits have made a situation where Sunil can’t concentrate on the competition any more, so he’s had to pull out. Vicky had already…

# The Big Internet Math-Off 2019, Group 2 – Marianne and Rachel vs Sameer Shah

This is the eighteenth match in our group stage: from Group 2, it’s Marianne Freiberger and Rachel Thomas up against Sameer Shah. The pitches are below, and at the end of this post there’s a poll where you can vote for your favourite bit of maths. Take a look at both pitches, vote for the…

# Maths at the Edinburgh Fringe, 2019

As the hordes descend upon the city of Edinburgh for another August-ful of comedy, theatre, arts and culture, the question I’m sure you’re asking yourself is, ‘what about the maths?’ Zero problem: we’re here with a quick guide to some of the big pluses you’ll find in the Fringe Guide.