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Archive for October, 2018

Yet More Questions

 

Visit our Sample Quiz page to see the questions used on Wednesday 24th October.

(Note: Round 4 Q3c: “I” should read “II”)

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Reading Shorthand

 

Charles Dickens was a shorthand writer before he became an author, and later he modified the standard system and taught it. Some of his exercises remain, but need to be transcribed. Can you make sense of this one?

 

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Week 3 Results

 

Results Secretary John thanks everyone for sending in results that were clear and fast. You can find the consequent divisional tables on our Results Page.

 

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Visit our Sample Quiz page to see the questions used in the second week of the 2018-2019 season, on Wednesday 17th.

 

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Take the fiendishly tricky test set by GCHQ (Daily Mail)

 

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Results Week 2

 

The League is well into its 2018-2019 season, with our second match played on Wednesday 17th. Please visit our Results Page to see how your results have left you in the consequent league table.

 

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We’ve already shown you how to become a Fellow of All Souls. Now we want to enrich you. And either way we want your reflected glory to shine on our League.

Solve These Maths Problems And Become A Millionaire (Breath of Curiosity)

Clay Mathematics Institute’s own list of the problems.

The webmaster has, of course, solved at least one of these problems, though there is not enough room in this post to write the proof.

 

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