Translation of Vidam matematika.
|Statement||[by] C. Lukács and E. Tarján. Translated by John Dobai. Diagrs. by J. Varga and E. Takáts; illus. by L. Réber and S. Gëro.|
|LC Classifications||QA95 .L98|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||200|
For Gardner's columns collected in book form, see Martin Gardner bibliography § "Mathematical Games": The Scientific American columns. Over a period of 24 years (January – December ), Martin Gardner wrote consecutive monthly "Mathematical Games" columns for Scientific American magazine. During the next 7½ years, through June. The full collection of Martin Gardner's Mathematical Games columns from Scientific American. I remember reading these in Scientific American when I was a teenager. One of the first things I did when I learned to program BASIC on my Coleco ADAM was to write a program to run the Game of Life/5. The games we'll be treating in this book are usually called abstract or mathematical games, but sometimes also games of strategy. We need some boards, that we'll describe, but in some cases pencil and paper, or piles of beans, are enough to play them. The oldest game for which we know the rules is the Royal Game of Ur, from : Dover Publications. This refreshingly authoritative look at recreational mathematics illustrates winning strategies that use the methods of algebra, geometry, number theory, combinatorics, and graph theory. Its lucid analyses of the rules and theories of mathematical games include skill-enhancing exercises, in addition to.
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