Journal of Recreational Mathematics

  • ID: 1191410
  • November 2015
  • Baywood Publishing Company, Inc
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Edited By: Charles Ashbacher and Lamarr Widmer

A journal devoted to the lighter side of mathematics. Featuring thought-provoking, stimulating, and wit-sharpening games, puzzles, and articles that challenge the mental agility of everyone who enjoys the intricacies of mathematics.

The Journal of Recreational Mathematics is intended to fulfill the need of those who desire a periodical uniquely devoted to the lighter side of mathematics. No special mathematical training is required. You will find such things as number curiosities and tricks, paper-folding creations, chess and checker brain-teasers, articles about mathematics and mathematicians, discussion of some higher mathematics and their applications to everyday life and to puzzles solving. You'll find some occasional word games and cryptography, a lot to do with magic squares, map-coloring, geometric dissections, games with a mathematical flavor, and many other topics generally included in the fields of puzzles and recreational mathematics.

The Journal of Recreational Mathematics is ideally suited for use in any extracurricular math activity in high-school or junior college. Its non-textbook READ MORE >

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