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You better choose the right door!

June22

Raymond Merrill Smullyan (born May 25, 1919) is an American mathematician, concert pianist, and logician, etc. One of his most famous puzzles was used in the 1986 film Labyrinth. The puzzle is based on a story of two doors and two guards. one guard always lies and one always tells the truth. One door leads […]

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No, we are not selling you a book, but…

July16

The book title “How to Be a Math Genius” caught our attention at H3! It sure looks enticing and even the review is very positive – after all, how many 11 year olds will want to bring a Math book to read while having dinner? Reviewer Mark Frauenfelder writes, “I enjoyed learning about statistics, probability, […]

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More Math Puzzles

June19

A school bus travels from Veldhoven to Roosendaal. There are four children in the bus. Each child has four backpacks with him. There are four dogs sitting in each backpack. Every dog has four puppies with her. All these dogs have four legs, with four toes at each leg. What is the total number of […]

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