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Aha!: Aha! Insight and Aha! Gotcha by Martin Gardner
Aha!: Aha! Insight and Aha! Gotcha by Martin Gardner.
Aha!: Aha! Insight and Aha! Gotcha
by Martin Gardners
Among many dozens of brilliant and extremely popular books by Martin Gardner, the two "Aha!" collections are quite outstanding, as they are devoted entirely to "non-standard" challenges, or challenges with "Aha!" effect. These are challenges which seem to be difficult of even impossible to solve, but have simple and clear (and often surprising) answers and solutions...
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Martin Gardner's Mathematical Games (CD-ROM) by Martin Gardner
Martin Gardner's Mathematical Games (CD-ROM) by Martin Gardner.
Martin Gardner's Mathematical Games: The Entire Collection of His Scientific American Columns (CD-ROM)
by Martin Gardners
This CD is quite remarkable in many respects, and one of them is that nowadays it is the most compact (in every senses) compendium in the field of the recreational mathematics. Even more than that, it is the entire collection of Martin Gardner's Mathematical Games columns run in Scientific American from 1957 to 1982...
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The Colossal Book of Short Puzzles and Problems by Martin Gardner
The Colossal Book of Short Puzzles and Problems by Martin Gardner.
The Colossal Book of Short Puzzles and Problems
by Martin Gardners
Another big collection of Martin Gardner's puzzles. It directly complements his previous compendium, The Colossal Book of Mathematics. For this puzzle collection Martin Gardner chose 340 brightest puzzle gems, published in his legendary Mathematical Games column run in Scientific American...
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The Colossal Book of Mathematics by Martin Gardner
The Colossal Book of Mathematics by Martin Gardner.
The Colossal Book of Mathematics: Classic Puzzles, Paradoxes, and Problems
by Martin Gardners
For this ultimate collection Martin Gardner selected fifty of his best Mathematical Games columns he's been writing for Scientific American for twenty-five years. They are gathered into 12 broad categories covering a vast spectrum of topics and themes of recreational mathematics...
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