The Mathbook Store On The Web

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Years ago, through the association with amazon.com I was able to offer most of the books I used at this site for sale. The current page is a rather elaborate attempt to provide you, the visitor, with as much information about the book as possible. In the author column there are links to the pages where you'll be able to purchase the book you like. The third column links to pages where books have been cited. So even without detailed information you may be able to form a notion what the book is about. If a title is clickable, it's an indication that additional information is available. In which case you'll be able to learn more about the book before buying it. To a different extent, additional information is supplied to all available books.

In time, the Internet technology evolved to the extent that nowadays amazon.com is able to provide very comprehensive information on most books, including text samples. They made it possible to create private, professionally looking stores by anyone interested. Following the trend, I have created a novel store with several categories of hand-picked books. Of course, once there, you can buy almost any product an online shopper can think of. Your purchases help support this site.

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Author(s)TitleTopic(s)
M. Aigner, G. Ziegler
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Proofs from THE BOOK Infinitude of Primes - A Topological Proof
3 Utilities Puzzle
G.L.Alexanderson and G.H.Mugler
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Lion Hunting & Other Mathematical PursuitsTarski-Banach Decompositions
P.Alexandroff
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Elementary Concepts of TopologyTopological Curiosities
Addition of Chains
K.Atkinson
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Elementary Numerical AnalysisBase Converter
V.K.Balakrishnan
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Theory and Problems of Combinatorics Pigeonhole Principle
Sperner's Theorem
Inclusion-Exclusion Principle
Marriage Theorem
Sperner's Theorem
Latin Squares
W.W.Rouse Ball and H.S.M.Coxeter
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Mathematical Recreations and EssaysNo Questions Asked
Operations in Various Bases
Latin Squares
Frogs and Toads
A Matter of Appreciation
Gergonne's Magic Trick
Josephus Flavius Problem
S.Barr
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Experiments In TopologyTopological Curiosities
Knots
Moebius strip
Paper strip
Graphs
A.Beck, M.N. Bleicher, D.W. Crowe
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Excursions into Mathematics Farey Series
Modular Arithmetic
Addition and Multiplication Tables in Various Bases
The Tower of Hanoi
Graphs
The Game of Nim
P.Beckmann
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{A History of} Where To Start?
Math Surprises: An Example
E.R.Berlekamp, J.H.Conway, R.K.Guy
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Winning Ways for Your Mathematical PlaysLucky 7
Puzzles on graphs
Turning Turtles
Checker Jumping
Peg Solitaire
Reverse Solitaire
Frogs and Toads
From Lewis Carroll to Archimedes
The Game of Nim
Nimble
E.R.Berlekamp, J.H.Conway, R.K.Guy
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Winning Ways for Your Mathematical Plays, Volume 1 Northcott's game
Nim, the game of
Turning Turtles
P-position
Frogs and Toads
Scoring
The Game of Nim
Nimble
E.R.Berlekamp, T.Rodgers
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The Mathemagician and Pied Puzzler In Plain English
Bela Bollobas
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Littlewood's Miscellany Front page
Looking your best
Three Roads, Three Travelers
Self-reference
J.L.Casti
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Five Golden RulesGraphs
When Index Equals Content
Linear Programming
G.Chang and T.W.Sederberg
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Over and Over Again Periodic Points of Quadratic Polynomials
Integer Iterations on a Circle
Van Obel Theorem and Barycentric coordinates
What Is Your Answer to That Question?
Mandelbrot and Julia sets
J.Cofman
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What To Solve? Problems and Suggestions for Young Mathematicians Stern-Brocot Tree in Disguise
Geometric Illustration of a Convergent Series
No two integers are equidistant from 2
Whole Part Function
J.Cofman
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Numbers and Shapes Revisited: More Problems for Young Mathematicians Infinite Latin Squares
Monge Point
Pick's Theorem
J.H.Conway
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On Numbers and Games Scoring
Northcott's game
A theorem with an obvious proof
Silver Dollar Game
Silver Dollar Game With No Silver Dollar
Nimble
J.H.Conway and R.K.Guy
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The Book of NumbersWhat's a number?
Angle Trisection
Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
Diagonal Count
Infinitude of Primes
Ford's touching circles
Fermat's Little Theorem
Wilson's Theorem
Modulo Arithmetic
Farey Series
Frieze Patterns
Euler's Function and Congruence Theorem
R. Courant and H. Robbins
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What is Mathematics?Division by 81
Isoperimetric Theorem
What's a number?
Paper strip
Regular Polyhedra
Knots
Moebius strip
Angle Trisection
Conic Sections
Steiner's Theorem
Squaring a circle
Fagnano's problem
Strange Rational Numbers
Infinitude of Primes
S.R.Covey
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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective PeopleCan I do anything?
H.S.M.Coxeter
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Regular PolytopesRegular polyhedra
H.S.M.Coxeter
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Introduction to Geometry Regular polyhedra
Non-Euclidean Geometries
3 Glasses Problem in Barycentric Coordinates
Fermat's Point and Generalizations
The Altitudes
Fagnano's problem
Napoleon's Theorem
H.S.M.Coxeter, S.L.Greitzer
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Geometry Revisited Pythagoras' Theorem
Fermat's Point and Generalizations
The Altitudes
Fagnano's problem
Menelaus Theorem
A Matter of Appreciation
Steiner Porism
Four Concurrent Lines in a Cyclic Quadrilateral
Two Triples Of Similar triangles
Butterfly Theorem
Napoleon's Theorem
H.Davenport
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The Higher ArithmeticDivision by 81
What's a number?
Chinese Remainder Theorem, an example
Infinitude of Primes
Fermat's Little Theorem
Wilson's Theorem
Modulo Arithmetic
Euler's Function and Congruence Theorem
Extension of Euclid's Algorithm
Chinese Remainder Theorem
P.J.Davis and R.Hersh
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The Mathematical ExperienceMath class is tough
2 is irrational
Halving a square
Covering A Chessboard With Domino
Non-Euclidean Geometries
Chinese Remainder Theorem
S.Dehaene
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The Number SenseYou can add apples and oranges
Bounded Distance
What do you call a centipede?
R.L.Devaney and Linda Keen
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Chaos and FractalsEmergence of Chaos
A.K.Dewdney
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200% of NothingCorrelation and Causation
Is Anything Wrong?
Math class is tough
Monty Hall Dilemma
H.Dorrie
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100 Great Problems Of Elementary MathematicsGeometric construction with the compass alone
Angle Trisection
Squaring a circle
Viewing a Statue
Fermat's Point and Generalizations
Strange Rational Numbers
Fagnano's problem
Math Surprises: An Example
Diagonal Count
W.Dunham
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The Mathematical UniversePythagorean Theorem
Base Converter
Isoperimetric Theorem
Angle Trisection
What's a number?
Self-reference
Do we need Mathematics?
Russell's Paradox
Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
From Lewis Carroll to Archimedes
Infinitude of Primes
W.Dunham
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Journey through GeniusPythagorean Theorem
Addition of Equations
Mathematics as a Language
Do we need Mathematics?
Squaring a circle
Non-Euclidean Geometries
Infinitude of Primes
A.Engel
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Exploring Mathematics with your Computer Splitting piles
Extension of Euclid's Algorithm
What Is Your Answer to That Question?
Math Surprises: An Example How to define a permutation?
H.Eves
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Great Moments in Mathematics Before 1650Pythagorean Theorem
Do we need Mathematics?
Mathematics as a Language
Infinitude of Primes
Napier Bones
H.Eves
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Great Moments in Mathematics After 1650 Multiplication of a Vector by a Matrix
Non-Euclidean Geometries
Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
J.Fauvel and J.Gray
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The History of Mathematics. A ReaderArchimedes of Syracuse
Non-Euclidean Geometries
Intuition and Rigor
Richard Feynman
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The Character of Physical LawWeb Poll
S.Flansburg
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MathMagicFast Reckoning
S.Flansburg
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MathMagic For Your KidsFast Reckoning
D.Fomin,S.Genkin,I.Itenberg
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Mathematical Circles (Russian Experience)Breaking Chocolate Bars
Pigeonhole Principle
Covering A Chessboard With Domino
Plus or Minus
Squares and Circles
Theory of Nim
Operations in Various Bases
A Problem on a Pentagonal Star
Sums and Products
G.N.Frederickson
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Dissections: Plane & Fancy Pythagorean Theorem
Napoleon's Theorem by Plane Tesselation
A Matter of Appreciation
Technologies: Past and Future
Laws of Sines and Cosines
Cutting Squares
K.O.Friedrichs
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From Pythagoras to EinsteinPythagoras' Theorem
D.Gale
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Tracking the Automatic Ant About a Line and a Triangle
Place Value
THOUGHT LESS MATHEMATICS
Morley's Theorem
From Lewis Carroll to Archimedes
Step into the Elliptic Realm
Trigonometric Form of Ceva's Theorem
Fibonacci Bamboozlement
A Problem on an Infinite Checkerboard
On Motivation and Understanding
M.Gardner
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The First Scientific American Book of Mathematical Puzzles and Diversions Technologies: Past and Future
M.Gardner
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The Second Scientific American Book of Mathematical Puzzles and Diversions 3 Utilities Puzzle
M.Gardner
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Mathematical CircusGeometric construction with the compass alone
Cryptarithms
Three Glass Puzzle
Abacus in Various Number Systems
M.Gardner
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Mathematical CarnivalRapid math tricks
Fast Reckoning
M.Gardner
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Penrose Tiles to Trapdoor CiphersFractal Curves and Dimension
What's a number?
Wythoff's Nim
M.Gardner
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Time Travel and Other Mathematical BewildermentsWhat's a number?
Diagonal Count
From Lewis Carroll to Archimedes
Simpson's Paradox
M.Gardner
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The Magic Numbers of Dr. MatrixCryptarithms
M.Gardner
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Knotted Doughnuts Knots
From Lewis Carroll to Archimedes
Proofs Without Words
M.Gardner
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aha! GotchaMonty Hall Dilemma
Two bear cabs
Self-reference
Russell's Paradox
M.Gardner
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aha! Insight Jam
M.Gardner
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Mathematics, Magic and Mistery A Baffling Prediction
Technologies: Past and Future
A Matter of Appreciation
M.J.Gazalé
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Gnomon: From Pharaohs to Fractals From Lewis Carroll to Archimedes
B.R.Gelbaum and J.M.H.Olmsted
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Counterexamples in AnalysisTopological Curiosities
Cantor Set and Function
Tarski-Banach Decompositions
B.R.Gelbaum and J.M.H.Olmsted
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Theorems and Counterexamples in MathematicsTopological Curiosities
Cantor Set and Function
Tarski-Banach Decompositions
Murray Gell-Mann
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The Quark and the Jaguar .999999... = 1?
Scientific Terminology
Benford's Law and Zipf's Law
J.Gleick
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ChaosEmergence of Chaos
R.Graham, D.Knuth, O.Patashnik
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Concrete MathematicsJosephus Flavius game
Pigeonhole Principle
Fermat's Little Theorem
Wilson's Theorem
Modulo Arithmetic
Euler's Function and Congruence Theorem
Chinese Remainder Theorem
gcd and FTA
Stern-Brocot Tree
Farey Series
Euclid's Algorithm
Fibonacci numbers
Leibniz Triangle
Extension of Euclid's Algorithm
R.K.Guy
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fair gameTurning Turtles
Scoring
Nimble
Silver Dollar Game
Silver Dollar Game With No Silver Dollar
Plainim
R.K.Guy and R.E.Woodrow
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The Lighter Side Of Mathematics The Shoemaker's Knife
Longest segment
A Formula for Primes
Napoleon's Theorem
Invitation to MasterMind(tm)
Partitioning a Circle
L.-s. Hahn
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Complex Numbers & Geometry The Angle Bisectors
The Altitudes and the Euler Line
P.R.Halmos
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How to Write MathematicsFront page
G.H.Hardy
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A Mathematician's ApologyLooking your best
G.H.Hardy and E.M. Wright
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An Introduction to the Theory of Numbers Farey Series, a Story
Pick's Theorem
The Game of Nim
M.Henle
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A Combinatorial Introduction to TopologyRegular polyhedra
Topological Preliminaries
Addition of Chains
When Index Equals Content
D.Hilbert and S. Cohn-Vossen
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Geometry and the ImaginationHypocycloids
Geometric construction with the compass alone
Paper strip
Regular polyhedra
Moebius strip
Cycloids
Conic Sections
P.Hilton, D.Holton, J.Pederson
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Mathematical ReflectionsFermat's Little Theorem
Euler's Function and Congruence Theorem
Wilson's Theorem
Modulo Arithmetic
Paper Folding
Simple Quadrilaterals Tessellate the Plane
D.R.Hofstadter
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Metamagical ThemasEmergence of Chaos
Mandelbrot and Julia sets
Self-reference
Place Value
Russell's Paradox
R.Honsberger
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Ingenuity in MathematicsIsoperimetric Theorem
Pigeonhole Principle
Geometric construction with the compass alone
Beatty Sequences
Shapes of constant width
A Property of an
R.Honsberger
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Mathematical MorselsPigeonhole Principle
X's and O's
A Constant Chord
A consequence of the Ptolemy's Theorem
R.Honsberger
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More Mathematical Morsels Pigeonhole Principle
Weierstrass Product Inequality
Conic Sections
A simple integral
There are trisectable angles that are not constructible
Theorem of Léon Anne
Long Runs of Composite Numbers
R.Honsberger
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Mathematical Gems II A Problem in Checker - Jumping
Covering A Chessboard With Domino
Nine Point Circle
Eight Point Circle
Wilson's Theorem
R.Honsberger
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Mathematical Gems III An Old Japanese Theorem
A Formula To Express Any Number with 9 Digits Each Used Just Once
R.Honsberger
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Episodes in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Euclidean Geometry In Praise of Geometry
Four Concurrent Lines in a Cyclic Quadrilateral
Miquel's Point
Orthopole
Concyclic Circumcenters: A Dynamic View
Tucker Circles
J.A.H.Hunter
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Entertaining Mathematical TeasersCryptarithms
J.A.H.Hunter
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Mathematical Brain-TeasersCryptarithms
O.A.Ivanov
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Easy As The Means
K.Janich
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TopologyTopological Preliminaries
Addition of Chains
E.H.Julius
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Rapid Math Tricks And TipsRapid math tricks
Fast Reckoning
E.H.Julius
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More Rapid Math Tricks And TipsRapid math tricks
Fast Reckoning
M.Kac and S.M.Ulam
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Mathematics and LogicBertrand's Paradox
Pigeonhole Principle
Covering A Chessboard With Domino
When Index Equals Content
2 is irrational
Steiner's Theorem
Squaring a circle
Non-Euclidean Geometries
Infinitude of Primes
A.R.Kanga
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Number Mosaics: Journeys in Search of Universals From Lewis Carroll to Archimedes
D.E.Knuth
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Surreal NumbersQuotations page
What's a number?
A.Kostovskii
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Geometrical Construction with Compasses OnlyGeometric construction with the compass alone
D.A.Kryjanovsky
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IsoperimetryIsoperimetric Theorem
K.Kuratowski and A.Mostowski
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Set TheoryWhat's a number?
Pigeonhole Principle
J.Landin
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An Introduction to Algebraic StructuresPermutations
Transpositions
Groups of Permutations
Multiplication of Sets
B.Mandelbrot
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The Fractal Geometry of NatureFractal Curves and Dimension
Emergence of Chaos
Benford's Law and Zipf's Law
Mandelbrot and Julia sets
Eli Maor
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Trigonometric DelightsSine, Cosine, and Ptolemy's Theorem
Laws of Sines and Cosines
E. MacNeal
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Mathsemantics. Making Numbers Talk Sense.You can add apples and oranges
R.B.Nelsen
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Proofs Without WordsPythagorean Theorem
Triangular Numbers
Corollaries from Pythagoras' Theorem
Proofs Without Words
Laws of Sines and Cosines
Squaring a circle
R.B.Nelsen
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Proofs Without Words II Pythagorean Theorem
Ceva's theorem
R.J.Nowakowski
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Games of No ChanceScoring
O.Ore (with R.J.Wilson)
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Graphs And Their Uses Puzzles on graphs
Theory of Nim
Marriage Theorem
3 Utilities Puzzle
O.Ore
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Number Theory and Its HistoryAddition
Base Converter
Averages of Divisors
Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
A Formula for Primes
Chinese Remainder Theorem, an example
Infinitude of Primes
Fermat's Little Theorem
Wilson's Theorem
Modulo Arithmetic
Euler's Function and Congruence Theorem
Chinese Remainder Theorem
Theoni Pappas
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The Joy of MathematicsQuotations page
Pythagorean Theorem
Multiplication of Equations
J.A.Paulos
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Beyond NumeracyPythagorean Theorem
Base Converter
Isoperimetric Theorem
Correlation and Causation
Self-reference
A Mathematical Accent
Multiplication
Russell's Paradox
Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
Math Surprises: An Example
Linear Programming
Cafe au lait
A Formula for Primes
.999... = 1?
Infinitude of Primes
J.A.Paulos
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A Mathematician Reads The NewspaperIs Anything Wrong?
Deliberate Ambiguities
D.Pedoe
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Geometry: A Comprehensive Course The Altitudes
Menelaus Theorem
A Matter of Appreciation
Ya.I.Perelman
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Fun with Maths and PhysicsHistory of Sam Loyd's 15
Defenders of a Castle
Operations in Various Bases
G.Polya
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How To Solve ItInventor's Paradox
G.Polya
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Induction and Analogy in MathematicsIsoperimetric Theorem
G.Polya
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Mathematical DiscoveryGeneralization of the Pythagorean Theorem
Homogeneous Functions
The Shoemaker's Knife
Three circles
Leibniz and Pascal Triangles
Napoleon's Theorem
C. Pritchard
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The Changing Shape of Geometry Et tu ...
Bride's Chair
A Sampling from a Geometry Collection
A Neglected Pythagorean-Like Formula
Point common to two similar rectangles
A Problem in Three Squares
Touching Circles With Given Centers
Golomb's inductive proof of a tromino theorem
What Is Geometry?
Pythagorean Theorem
Construction of n-gon by midpoints of its edges
Ptolemy's Theorem
H.Rademacher and O.Toeplitz
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The Enjoyment of MathematicsShapes of constant width
Isoperimetric Theorem and Inequality
Infinitude of Primes
Fagnano's problem
Steiner's Theorem
Gian-Carlo Rota
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Indiscrete ThoughtsMathematics and Logic
Do we need Mathematics?
Is Anything Wrong?
A simple integral
Proofs Without Words
Cafe au lait
Rudy Rucker
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Infinity and the MindWhat's a number?
Russell's Paradox
Infinite Latin Squares
Impossible Machine
R.C.Schank
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The Connoisseur's Guide to the MindIs Anything Wrong?
Manifesto
H.Schwerdtfeger
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Geometry of Complex NumbersWhat's a number?
W.Simon
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Mathematical MagicA Matter Of Age
Calendar Magic
R.Smullyan
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What is the Name of This Book?Falsity implies anything
R.Smullyan
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5000 B.C. and Other Philosophical FantasiesFalsity implies anything
The CTK Exchange
Self-reference
Identical Twins Puzzle
Impossible Page
R.Smullyan
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Satan, Cantor, and InfinityAddition of Strings
Impossible Page
R.Smullyan
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The Riddle of Scheherazade and Other Amazing Puzzles, Ancient & ModernDefenders of a Castle
S.K.Stein
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Strength in NumbersTribute to Invariance
Is Anything Wrong?
Do We Need It?
Math Stereotypes
Math Lingo: a bad meme virus
Monty Hall Dilemma
S.K.Stein
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Mathematics: The Man-Made Universe Latin Squares
Square Root of 2 Is Irrational
Graphs
Geometric Construction with the Compass Alone
Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic
Modular Arithmetic
From Lewis Carroll to Archimedes
I.Stewart
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Concepts of Modern Mathematics Falsity Implies Anything
Four Problems Of Antiquity
Constructible Numbers
3 Utilities Puzzle
A Property of Cubic Equations
I.Stewart
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Nature's NumbersWhat's a number?
Emergence of Chaos
Quotations
From Lewis Carroll to Archimedes
Addition
I.Stewart
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Another Fine Math You Got Me Into Proofs Without Words
Sierpinski Gasket and Tower of Hanoi
Dot Patterns and Sierpinski Gasket
G.Strang
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Introduction to Applied MathematicsEmergence of Chaos
Linear Programming
Marriage Theorem
R.J.Trudeau
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Introduction to Graph TheoryGraphs
3 Utilities Puzzle
N.Vasilyev and V.Gutenmacher
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Straight Lines and CurvesAnalog Gadgets
Tangent to Two Circles
Cycloids
Hypocycloids
R. von Oech
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A Whack on the Side of the HeadIs Anything Wrong?
Is There Always One Right Answer?
Can I Do Anything?
Marilyn vos Savant
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The Power of Logical ThinkingProbability
Monty Hall Dilemma
Correlation and Causation
D.Wells
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The Penguin Book of Curious and Interesting PuzzlesSelf-reference
Hour Glass Problem
Linus Pauling's Argument
Pigeonhole Principle
Defenders of a Castle
Pythagorean Theorem
3 Utilities Puzzle
Viewing a Statue
Chinese Remainder Theorem
Operations in Various Bases
D.Wells
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You Are a Mathematician Orthocenters
A Formula for Primes
Regular Polyhedra
2 is irrational
Viewing a Statue
Napoleon's Theorem
Napoleon's Theorem, a generalization
Fermat's Point and Generalizations
More On Inscribed Triangles
Pascal Triangle
Two Triples Of Similar triangles
Three Circles and Common Tangents
I.M.Yaglom and B.G.Boltyansky
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Convex shapesShapes of constant width
Addition of Shapes

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