# Paul Yates

Paul is deputy head of academic practice at Newman University and author of *Chemical calculations: mathematics for chemistry*

- Review
### Calculations in chemistry: an introduction

Packed with questions and problems for undergraduate students

- Maths
### Summation and the sigma notation

Paul Yates applies this handy shorthand to chemistry calculations in mass and enthalpy

- Opinion
### Supporting mathematics for chemists

Paul Yates argues that university chemistry teachers do a good job when faced with this challenging problem

- Review
### Maths skills for A level chemistry

Mathematics support for all students studying A-level chemistry, regardless of their awarding body.

- Review
### Maths for science

A book to consider using with more mathematically challenged students. Its presentation, coupled with starting at an appropriate level, make it one of the more accessible books on the market for this audience.

- Maths
### Fractions: fear and loathing in mathematics

Paul Yates overcomes some common misconceptions and misunderstandings encountered when dealing with fractions

- Maths
### Precedence

Paul Yates overcomes some common misconceptions and misunderstandings encountered when dealing with fractions

- Maths
### Trigonometry in chemistry

Tips for teaching maths skills to our future chemists, by Paul Yates of Keele University

- Review
### Selected problems in physical chemistry

Paul Yates reviews this textbook, aiming to go beyond the maths

- Maths
### Descriptive statistics

Tips for teaching maths skills to our future chemists, by Paul Yates of Keele University