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MARTIN GARDNER Mathematical Puzzles & Diversions A NEW SELECTION: from, Origami to. .
MARTIN GARDNER Mathematical Puzzles & Diversions A NEW SELECTION: from, Origami to Recreational Logic, from, Digital Roots and Dudeney Puzzles to the Diabolic Square, from the Golden Ratio to the Generalized Ham Sandwich Theorem. With a new Postscript by the author THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO PRESS.
All Gardner's works were non-fiction except for two novels - The Flight of Peter Fromm (1973) and Visitors from Oz (1998) - and two collections of short pieces - The Magic Numbers of Dr. Matrix (1967, 1985) and The No-Sided Professor (1987).
Further Mathematical Diversions book. Martin Gardner was an American mathematics and science writer specializing in recreational mathematics, but with interests encompassing micromagic, stage magic, literature (especially the writings of Lewis Carroll), philosophy, scientific skepticism, and religion. He wrote the Mathematical Games column in Scientific American from 1956 to 1981, and published over 70 books. Books by Martin Gardner.
For 25 of his 95 years, Martin Gardner wrote 'Mathematical Games and Recreations', a monthly column for Scientific American magazine. These columns have inspired hundreds of thousands of readers to delve more deeply into the large world of mathematics. He has also made significant contributions to magic, philosophy, debunking pseudoscience, and children's literature. He has produced more than 60 books, including many best sellers, most of which are still in print. His Annotated Alice has sold more than a million copies
The Scientific American Book of Mathematical Puzzles & Diversions. Martin Gardners column "Mathematical Games" was in the magazine "Scientific American" for so long that he was more than an institution.
The Scientific American Book of Mathematical Puzzles & Diversions. The 2nd Scientific American Book of Mathematical Puzzles and Diversions. This was the first of his books to take some of the ideas from the many columns and present them in volume format.
New mathematical diversions. by. Gardner, Martin, 1914-. Gardner, Martin, 1914- Martin Gardner's new mathematical diversions from Scientific American. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation. Internet Archive Books.
Publisher:PENGUIN BOOKS LTD. Length:256 Pages.
ISBN13:9780140219968. Release Date:January 1977. Publisher:PENGUIN BOOKS LTD.
Title: Further Mathematical Diversions (Pelican). Authors: Martin Gardner. item 1 Further Mathematical Diversions (Pelican) by Gardner, Martin Paperback Book The -Further Mathematical Diversions (Pelican) by Gardner, Martin Paperback Book The. £. 0. item 2 Further Mathematical Diversions (Pelican . by Gardner, Martin Paperback Book -Further Mathematical Diversions (Pelican . by Gardner, Martin Paperback Book.
Martin Gardner has turned a trick as neat as any in the book itself. He has selected a group of diversions which are not only entertaining but mathematically meaningful as well. The result is a work which is rewarding on almost every level of mathematical achievement. -Miriam Hecht, Iscripta Mathematica. Скачать (djvu, . 8 Mb) Читать.
And Martin Gardner was without parallel in being able to show how true that was. Gardner wrote dozens of books on puzzles and recreational maths – here are eight puzzles taken from them. I’ll post the answers in a few day. ut by then you will have solved them all, right? 1. Crazy cut.
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