## Find a way to my Heart: The 1-in-10 Gay Problem Continued…

This post builds on the ideas from the first 1-in-10 Gay Problem post and takes a step into the creative world of **abstract maths**.

August 4th, 2009
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This post builds on the ideas from the first 1-in-10 Gay Problem post and takes a step into the creative world of **abstract maths**.

July 28th, 2009
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**…a maths problem that is.**

**“If 1-in-10 people are gay, and there are 10 people in a room, one of the people in the room must be gay!”**

Is this true? Take a look here for the full analysis!

February 19th, 2010
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When the area of the green square is

**Open the post to play with a Java applet.**

March 9th, 2011
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Please forgive my appalling lack of posts in recent months. I’ve been working on a project with the above name, which seeks to place cameras in objects that can rotate on any axis, a football for example! Exciting stuff, but I can’t share the maths with you on here.

June 24th, 2010
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**A TV is advertised at £1000 including VAT at 17.5%.**

**VAT is increased to 20%. What will the new price tag be?**

The immediately apparent answer is £1025, because we’ve “added 2.5%”. But that’s not quite right…

September 27th, 2009
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We wish to make **two** folds in a rectangular piece of paper to form a trapezium (or trapezoid for the chaps across the water). Read more…

August 26th, 2009
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I’m not just going to give the answer away this time! At least not for a while anyway… (**Click here for the solution**) Read more…

August 21st, 2009
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October 18th, 2010
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**In 1975, a new word came into use, when a maverick mathematician made an important discovery. So what are fractals? And why are they important?**