## TEACHER GUIDE##
Are you looking for new angles to explain
or encourage maths? |

## Book Kjartan Poskitt the MM author for a Murderous Maths Show |

## Here are some novel teacher resources based on Kjartan's presentations. |

The Magic of Maths, All Shapes and Sizes, Brain-Bending Basics, Secrets of Sums

Murderous Maths: Bend Your Brain Murderous Maths: Mash Your Mind

The Awesome Arithmetricks The Mean and Vulgar Bits

Desperate Measures Do You Feel Lucky?

Savage Shapes The Key to the Universe (numbers)

The Phantom X (algebra) The Fiendish Angletron (trigonometry)

The Perfect Sausage (formulas) The Secret Life of CODES

Professor Fiendish's DIABOLICAL BRAINBENDERS

The Murderous Maths of Everything Easy Questions Evil Answers

and Primary Times reviews of "Diabolical Brainbenders" |

Meet the MM characters Desktop Wallpaper Send a Message to the Mailroom

Professor Fiendish's Tricks and Games

The 7-11-13 trick The Prime Numbers Trick The Five Card TrickThe Calendar Trick Urgum and Grizelda's Headhunt The Impossible Guess

The Impossible Drawing Trick Murderous Brainbending Puzzles

The Modulus 105 Trick The Mindreader

The Football Team Illusion The Missing Digit Trick

Riverboat Lil's Mindreader trick Lil's Missing Card Illusion

Riverboat Lil's Dead Giveaway trick The Red and Black Mystery

Luigi's Outside Table The Extra Square Mystery

The Sam Loyd Sliding Block Puzzle Sam Loyd's Get Off The Earth Puzzle

The Sam Loyd Eight Queens Puzzle

Akiyoshi Kitaoka's Distorted Squares The Chess Board Illusion

Kjartan Poskitt's Fun Maths Videos

How to make 5x5 and 7x7 Magic Squares The Magical Self-Assembling Cube!

Prime Numbers How to make Flexagons

The Coin Pyramid (Tower of Hanoi) Sunny's 4x4 Challenge

The 6 Coin Circle Problem The Twelve Coin Balance Problem (and solution)

The Bear Hunter Puzzle Murderous Brainbending Puzzles

The Dreaded Kjarposkos The DAILY Kjarposko puzzle!

The Dice Net Puzzle (Print it out and try it!) The Four Colour Map Theorem

THE RESEARCH LAB (With answers to a very wide variety of odd maths questions!)

Finger Times Tables Some Unusual Units

The Chances of Card Hands The National Lottery Odds

Pascal's Triangle The Area of an Ellipse and Volume of Ellipsoids

The Penrose Chickens Testing if numbers divide by 11, 7 or 13

Fibonacci and Nature The Most Pathetic Facts in Maths

Regular Solids - formulas for volumes! GCSE Slips and Tips (exam help)

The Alternate Segment Theorem & Proof Calculating the Area of a Trapezium without the height!

Matthew Sheeran's Amazing Stamps Formula! Solving Quadratics by Completing the Square

The area of an ANULUS (with one measurement!) The Names of Bits of Circles Quiz

The sounds of SIN and SQUARE waves

Square Triangle and Cube Numbers (with proof) Diagonals of Polygons (with proof)

The Unknown (Combinations) Formula Surprising Regions Formula

How many different ways can you put a pack of cards in order?

How to find the centre of a circle using a book

How to work out Square Roots without a calculator

Golomb Rulers How to turn a Rectangle into a Square of the same area

The SUDOKU prime number How many squares are there on a chess board?

What are the chances of 366 strangers all having different birthdays? A bit of CALCULUS!

How to Trisect an Angle Hannah's Sweets - the GCSE probability question

Stories from "The Week" that amused us

The Cicadas 17-year Life Cycle The Al-Gebra Movement

## THE AREA CALCULATOR

As well as the obvious squares and circles, you can get the area of ANY triangle from knowing the lengths of the three sides, and you can even get the areas of ellipses and the surface area of spheres!The LCD and HCF Calculator The Prime Number calculator