Jubilee Lose the Index Bar To the DEATH SUM What???
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Take the MYSTERY TOUR Try some TRICKS and GAMES
Enter the RESEARCH LAB Meet all the CHARACTERS
See our full A-Z guide to maths Look through the BOOKS
Book a Maths Show with Kjartan Poskitt Make a FLEXAGON
TEACHER RESOURCES
If you call it Murderous MATH then see our
USA VISITORS PAGE
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The BEST thing we've found on Twitter...
Catriona Shearer's Gorgeous Geometry Puzzles!
September 19th is...
The Day of the Huntrodds!
The curious old Whitby couple who were born, married and died on the same date - but what are the chances?
See Kjartan Poskitt's new flexagon book
with video demo and free downloads!
Did you ever wonder...
How to find the FOCI of an ELLIPSE?
The Arrows Illusion!

See how it works and make one yourself

166,500,333 =
1663 + 5003 + 3333
Go on... grab your calculator and check it!
You know you want to.
Try our Three Magical Colour Illusions
Try our DAILY KJARPOSKO PUZZLE!

The Murderous Maths gang


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We're the gang from the Murderous Maths books and we hope you enjoy our site.

Some of our most popular pages are shown here, otherwise you can find what you want using the link bar at the bottom of the screen or the full contents page.

Teachers and homeschoolers might be interested in the guide to the maths in the mm books otherwise try the teacher resources or our A-Z guide.

MATHS SHOW You can book the Murderous Maths creator Kjartan Poskitt for shows or appearances or watch him do some tricks on you tube.

You might even find some of the hidden links (try clicking on us, or the MM banner above!) or if you really don't know where to start and you're feeling brave... try the mystery tour!

After X and ÷ Ed picks up ideas for his next album!

"It's still maths but with laughs added!"

What did the Daily Telegraph say about Kjartan Poskitt and Murderous Maths?

Play some great maths games here...
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