The most recent project is: The Relationship between Mathematics and Musical Temperament covering the origins of musical intonation and its basis in Mathematics.
Website precedence network
For all website designers at the dawn of the web: there is a mathematical application to perfectly efficient website building. It applies scheduling using critical paths and cascade activity diagrams.
Down the slide
This project models a projectile after it travels down a slide at varying inclines to land at a different spot on the ground.
For my first A-level Statistics module, I investigated and compared newspaper readability between tabloid and broadsheet newspapers.
Sentence and word length
In the subsequent statistics module I compared bivariate data sets of average sentence and word length in The Independent newspaper articles.
Optimal cycle tour network
The Travelling Salesman algorithm was employed to find the shortest route for a cycling holiday in Brittany, France.
Sine and cosine graphs
There is also a small sample of my GCSE coursework looking at sine and cosine graphs, but this is really rudimentary compared to the Advanced Differential Equations module at A-level.
The state of play
In the third version of Nahoo, I’ve converted most of the raster images of illustrations and charts into more modern-looking vector graphics. As this was quite a while ago, I won’t be posting and more Mathematics projects unless I find one on an old hard drive.