You can use math to evaluate business proposals, such as the proposed Toronto Casino. Spreadsheets can help you clarify issues, and determine if projections are valid.

Do you get stuck adding fractions? Finding common denominators and adding can be a simple task in basic math, and breaking it down to six steps makes the job even easier.

The Newtown, Connecticut shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary school have reignited the ongoing debate over guns in America. What do the statistics say about gun bans?

We know one ticket must win, but are sure it couldn’t be our ticket. If the same principle applies to each ticket, there can be no winner: That’s the Lottery Paradox.

Researchers used the 2009 H1N1 Swine Flu to produce a mathematical model capable of predicting the spread of pandemic flu infections within households and other populations.

Why would anyone want to convert an exponential expression from one base to another? Why would logarithms help? Mike DeHaan breaks down the math for you.

A new Bayesian population model shows the number of workers, compared to the number of elderly in need of support, declining dramatically between now and 2100 AD. Will future workers be able to support their parents?