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      August 1, 1998The Sciences

      A Quarter-Century of Recreational Mathematics

      The author of Scientific American's column "Mathematical Games" from 1956 to 1981 recounts 25 years of amusing puzzles and serious discoveries
      August 1, 1967Mind

      Mathematical Games

      In which a computer prints out mammoth polygonal factorials
      November 1, 1957

      Mathematical Games

      Nine titillating puzzles, the answers to which will be given next month
      February 1, 1957

      Mathematical Games

      An assortment of maddening puzzles. Warning: The solutions will not be given until March
      May 1, 1959Mind

      Mathematical Games - May 1959

      Another collection of "brain-teasers"
      December 1, 1956The Sciences

      Flexagons

      In which strips of paper are used to make hexagonal figures with unusual properties
      January 1, 1971

      Mathematical Games

      Lessons from Dr. Matrix in chess and numerology
      October 1, 1958

      Mathematical Games

      Four mathematical diversions involving concepts of topology
      June 1, 1958Mind

      Mathematical Games

      About Henry Ernest Dudeney, a brilliant creator of puzzles
      March 1, 1958Mind

      Mathematical Games

      About left- and right-handedness, mirror images and kindred matters
      June 1, 1957Mind

      Mathematical Games

      Curious figures descended from the Moebius band, which has only one side and one edge
      January 1, 1957Mind

      Mathematical Games

      A new kind of magic square with remarkable properties
      February 1, 1960Mind

      Mathematical Games

      A fifth collection of "brain-teasers"
      April 1, 1959Mind

      Mathematical Games

      The mathematical diversions of a fictitious carnival man
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