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Stories by Martin Gardner

Mathematical Games

On the theory of probability and the practice of gambling

December 1, 1961 — Martin Gardner

Mathematical Games

Wherein geometrical figures are dissected to make other figures

November 1, 1961 — Martin Gardner

Mathematical Games

Surfaces with edges linked in the same way as the three rings of a well-known design

September 1, 1961 — Martin Gardner

Mathematical Games

Some entertainments that involve the calculus of finite differences

August 1, 1961 — Martin Gardner

Mathematical Games

Some diverting mathematical board games, and the answers to last month's problems

July 1, 1961 — Martin Gardner

Mathematical Games

Diversions that involve one of the classic conic sections: the ellipse

February 1, 1961 — Martin Gardner

Mathematical Games

In which the author chats again with Dr. Matrix, numerologist extraordinary

January 1, 1961 — Martin Gardner

Mathematical Games

More about the shapes that can be made with complex dominoes

November 1, 1960 — Martin Gardner

Mathematical Games

An imaginary dialogue on "mathemagic": tricks based on mathematical principles

August 1, 1960 — Martin Gardner

Mathematical Games

Recreations involving folding and cutting sheets of paper

June 1, 1960 — Martin Gardner
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