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This month on Wrong, But Useful, @reflectivemaths and I (@icecolbeveridge) talk about...
 How close is it to Christmas?
 Who the hell are we and why the hell do we do this?
 Other maths podcasts: Taking Maths Further and Relatively Prime
 Colin offers a bounty for pictures of members of the Government holding Basic Maths For Dummies
 ‘Number of the podcast’ 
 Age range compatibility equation
 @colinthemathmo asks:

A question for my math(s) tweeps: What's your favourite topic in maths? Complex numbers? Implicit differentiation? Circle theorems? Vectors?
 Dave invites abuse by answering “Questionnaire design.” Let him have it.
 Politican’s bar charts
 What is a fourth?
 @conniehamilton asks a simple question and gets a lot of discussion
 Euler’s Formula in 2 and 3D, and the BeveridgeLongcope Equation
 Problem of the month via @solvemymaths (If you’ve already done it, do it another way)
Colin
Colin is a Weymouth maths tutor, author of several Maths For Dummies books and Alevel maths guides. He started Flying Colours Maths in 2008.
He lives with an espresso pot and nothing to prove.
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