Mathematical Spectrum

Mathematical Spectrum was a magazine for students and teachers in schools, colleges and universities, as well as the general reader interested in mathematics. 

Articles published in Mathematical Spectrum deal with the entire range of mathematical disciplines (pure mathematics, applied mathematics, statistics, operational research, computing science, numerical analysis, biomathematics). 

Both expository and historical material may be included, as well as elementary research and information on educational opportunities and careers in mathematics. There are also sections devoted to problems, to mathematics in the classroom and to computing. 

The copyright of all published material is vested in the Applied Probability Trust.

If you would like to download a copy of any back issues of the Mathematical Spectrum, please use the links below. If any links are incorrect, please contact the office.

Volumes 1-12

Volumes 13-24

Volumes 25-36

Volumes 37-48