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Tarquin Publications
Publisher of mathematics, paper engineering, science, posters etc. All educate & are fun - or are fun & educate. But never just educate.
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JR-Maths 9h
Proud to announce the release of my first set of Maths Teacher Resource Books. “Strategies for teaching GCSE Maths”. Thank you . Delighted with the full set 👍
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Ed Southall Feb 12
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P A Hunt Feb 12
Charles Darwin and loads of other influential figures can be found in this great educational maths game.
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Tarquin Publications Feb 11
Look out for our regularly changing Special Offers! This week Action Modular Origami
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Tarquin Publications Feb 10
Look out for our regularly changing Special Offers! This week: Equations & Operations Dice!
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Craig S. Kaplan Feb 9
Sorry to be redundant, but here's a new version that cycles through *all eleven* Laves tilings. No biggie, just something I thought for nearly twenty years was impossible. *mic drop*
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Tarquin Publications Feb 8
Know anyone who might be interested?
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Clarissa Grandi Feb 2
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Robert Fathauer Jan 30
For even n, every n-fold rhombus rosette contains n regular n-gons.
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Tarquin Publications Jan 20
And we sell Robert’s wonderful stuff in the UK too!
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Mikael Sundqvist Jan 19
These kind of properties amuse me.
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Tarquin Jan 15
Come and see us at in Bristol. Tom and Ed are running a workshop on differential equations and then will be around to chat all things Tarquin A-Level. Including proposed topics for the next “in depth” book to follow from
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Vincent Pantal🍩ni Jan 14
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James Tanton Jan 11
Classic: Draw parabola y = x^2 and for integers a<-1 and b>1 connect the points (a,a^2) and (b,b^2) on the graph. Which integers on the y-axis are missed and why?
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N. Ghoussoub Jan 11
Replying to @SocMathFr
Sorry to confirm that Sir Michael Atiyah has died today. It is hard to believe that such a force of nature, life, and mathematical creativity is gone. RIP.
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Tarquin Publications Jan 12
Enjoy! I’m sure it will be just, well, perfect!
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Tarquin Publications Jan 11
Look no further than Klinsman - Tje Secret Service
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Tarquin Publications Jan 9
Replying to @JSmithMath
System issue but there’s a code you can enter to get rid of that - see top of description page.
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Jo 🌊 Jan 9
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R. Sunder-Raj Jan 5
Not terribly interesting, but came out of something that I was playing with...it is made of multiples of 36° wedges. Some diamonds and hearts seem to have magically appeared, are there other interesting shapes that I have not noticed?
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