Mathematical Apologies 

1. Mathematical Apology The New Zealand Mathematics Magazine, Page 43, Volume 35, No 3, December 1998. 

2. Mathematical Apology The New Zealand Mathematics Magazine, Page 52, Volume 36, No 1, May 1999. 


3. Approximation of irrational numbers by
rational numbers The New Zealand Mathematics Magazine, Page 58, Volume 36, No 2, August 1999. 

4. The Euclidean algorithm, continued
fractions and rational approximations The New Zealand Mathematics Magazine, Page 47, Volume 36, No 3, December 1999. 

5. sqrt(1) in finite fields and sums of two
squares The New Zealand Mathematics Magazine, Page 49, Volume 37, No 1, May 2000. 

6. A discourse on the square root of 2
The New Zealand Mathematics Magazine, Page 45,Volume 37, No 2, August 2000. 

7. Newton's method for computing sqrt(2)
The New Zealand Mathematics Magazine, Page 53, Volume 37, No 3, December 2000. 

8. Squaring for square roots
The New Zealand Mathematics Magazine, Page 54, Volume 38, No 1, May 2001. 

9. Homotopy and sqrt(2) The New Zealand Mathematics Magazine, Page 53, Volume 38, No 2, August 2001. 

10. The golden ratio and the secant method
The New Zealand Mathematics Magazine, Page 71, Volume 38, No 3, December 2001. 

11. A beautiful picture
The New Zealand Mathematics Magazine, Page 103, Volume 39, No. 1, May 2002. 

12. A tale of one city: Hamilton and Dublin
The New Zealand Mathematics Magazine, Page 73, Voulme 39, No. 2, August 2002. 

13. Hidden dimensions The New Zealand Mathematics Magazine, Page 92, Volume 39, No. 3,December 2002. 

14. Games with Fibonacci Numbers
The New Zealand Mathematics Magazine, Page 68, Volume 40, No. 1, May 2003. 

15. Lessons in Geometry The New Zealand Mathematics Magazine, Page 60, Volume 40, No. 2, July 2003. 

16. Factorising and Linear Equations
The New Zealand Mathematics Magazine, Page 65, Volume 40, No. 3, November 2003. 

17. Mathematical Connections
The New Zealand Mathematics Magazine, Page 65, Volume 41, No. 1, March 2004. 

18. Golden Days The New Zealand Mathematics Magazine, Page 65, Volume 41, No. 2, June 2004. 

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± σ / √N The New Zealand Mathematics Magazine, Page 65, Volume 41, No. 3, November 2004. 
