How Mathematics Helped Sherlock Holmes Solve a Murder?

On a snowy day in London, as he was lying in bed and gazing at the ceiling, Sherlock Holmes’ mind was once again at work trying to crack yet another case. It wasn’t long before Dr. Watson came knocking at the door and described a most peculiar murder case to him. Sherlock at first paid no attention to any of what Watson had to say. However, when Watson told him of the tracks from the bicycle…

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Math Teacher. Content Curator. Soccer player. Maradona fan. Mostly write about the lectures I love to learn better. alikayaspor@gmail.com

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