The most recent project is: The Relationship between Mathematics and Musical Temperament covering the origins of musical intonation and its basis in Mathematics.
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.
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.
In the subsequent statistics module I compared bivariate data sets of average sentence and word length in The Independent newspaper articles.
The Travelling Salesman algorithm was employed to find the shortest route for a cycling holiday in Brittany, France.
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.