Here are some interactive pages and software guides for you to investigate. They were written by former staff and students of our department. Many of them were final-year BSc projects.
- Interactive Euclidean Algorithm (by Harrison Childs)
- Fibonacci numbers and the golden section (by Ron Knott)
- Ron Knott's homepage with links to more maths on the web
- Interactive maths journey (by Amandhi Kularatne)
- Differential Equations tutorial and exercises (by Vithya Nanthakumaar)
- University mathematics: matrices and vectors (by Emma Thomas)
- Vortex leapfrogging interactive pages (by Amanda Johns)
- HTML learning package (by Nigel Martin)
- Real mathematics (by Matthew Ayres)
- Classical dynamics (by Michael Hart)
Finally, here is a literature review by one of our students:
You can download a copy of the Möbius Flyer (PowerPoint) produced by the Department of Mathematics. Print it, twist it, stick it and cut it: Can you explain why it does what it does? Here are some notes to help explain what happens and why.