Mathematical Games

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Mathematical Game
... A mathematical game is a multiplayer game whose rules, strategies, and outcomes can be studied and explained by mathematics ... Examples of such games are Tic-tac-toe and Dots and Boxes, to name a couple ... On the surface, a game need not seem mathematical or complicated to still be a mathematical game ...
Recreational Mathematics - Publications
... The journal "Eureka" published by the mathematical society of the University of Cambridge is one of the oldest publications in recreational mathematics ... "Mathematical Games" was the title of a long-running column on the subject by Martin Gardner (1914-2010), in Scientific American ... several generations of mathematicians and scientists, through his interest in mathematical recreations ...
Martin Gardner - Views and Interests - Recreational Mathematics
... science journalism, particularly through his "Mathematical Games" column in Scientific American ... The "Mathematical Games" column ran from 1956 to 1981 and was the first introduction of many subjects to a wider audience, including Flexagons John Horton Conway's Game of Life ... Many of these articles have been collected in a series of books starting with Mathematical Puzzles and Diversions, first published in 1956 ...

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