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Stories by Martin Gardner

Mathematical Games

The games and puzzles of Lewis Carroll, and the answers to February's problems

March 1, 1960 — Martin Gardner

Mathematical Games

Diversions that clarify group theory, particularly by the weaving of braids

December 1, 1959 — Martin Gardner

Mathematical Games

How three modern mathematicians disproved a celebrated conjecture of Leonhard Euler

November 1, 1959 — Martin Gardner

Mathematical Games

Concerning mechanical puzzles, and how an enthusiast has collected 2,000 of them

September 1, 1959 — Martin Gardner

Mathematical Games

About phi, an irrational number that has some remarkable geometrical expressions

August 1, 1959 — Martin Gardner

Mathematical Games

An inductive card game, and the answers to the "brain-teasers" in the May issue

June 1, 1959 — Martin Gardner

Mathematical Games

The mathematical diversions of a fictitious carnival man

April 1, 1959 — Martin Gardner

Mathematical Games

How rectangles, including squares, can be divided into squares of unequal size

November 1, 1958 — Martin Gardner

Mathematical Games

Four mathematical diversions involving concepts of topology

October 1, 1958 — Martin Gardner

Mathematical Games

A game in which standard pieces composed of cubes are assembled into larger forms

September 1, 1958 — Martin Gardner
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