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Tag Archives: puzzles
Math Walks: A Tour
Math Walks is a blog created by secondary math teacher Traci Jackson. It started on March 27th to encourage math discussion on neighborhood walks during the quarantine. I was so excited to find this blog that brings such a playful … Continue reading
Posted in Blogs, Math Education, Mathematics and the Arts, Puzzles, Recreational Mathematics
Tagged Blog on Math Blogs, Math Walks, mathematics, Playful Math, puzzles, Traci Jackson
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Holiday Math Treats
The holidays are a perfect time to unwind, reflect, and spend time with loved ones. For me, it is also a great time to browse the internet for fun activities to do. In this post, I highlight some of the … Continue reading
Summer Time is Puzzle Time
It’s MidMay, that means it time to put away your serious things and time to start thinking about (what else?) math puzzles! Alexander Bogomolny, of CutTheKnotMath, has curated an amazing collection of math puzzles, problems, and interactive lessons. I always … Continue reading
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Tagged Alexander Bogomolny, Mike Lawler, puzzles, The Riddler, xkcd
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Math Puzzles To Pass The Time
There are two types of people in this world: those that can only lie, and those that can only tell the truth. You might recognize that as the opening clause of so many knights and knaves problems. These are classic … Continue reading
Complex Projective 4Space
Complex Projective 4Space recently celebrated its first birthday, and I was surprised to learn it was that young. I’ve been reading since January or so, and I guess I just assumed it had been around longer. It’s written by Adam … Continue reading
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Tagged ciphers, complex functions, geometry, IMO, math, mathematical olympiad, mathematics, maths, projective geometry, puzzles, recommended reading
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