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Hexaflexagons, probability paradoxes, and the Tower of Hanoi; Martin Gardner's first book of mathematical puzzles and games.

9780521735254

Hexaflexagons, probability paradoxes, and the Tower of Hanoi; Martin Gardner's first book of mathematical puzzles and games.

Gardner, Martin.

Cambridge U. Press

2008

193 pages

$14.99

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The new Martin Gardner mathematical library

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This collection from Martin's Mathematical Games columns in Scientific American was published by Simon and Schuster in 1959, and proved to be the first of 15 such collections. Now over 90, he has expanded his accounts of puzzles and games and updated the bibliographies.

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