Mathematical Recreations And Essays

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2004 - Mathematics - 380 pages
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1892. This book contains descriptions of various problems of the kind usually termed Mathematical Recreations and a few Essays on some analogous questions. Contents: Arithmetical Recreations; Geometrical Recreations; Mechanical Recreations; Chessboard Recreations; Magic Squares; Bees and Their Cells; Unicursal Problems; Kirkman's School-Girls Problem; Miscellaneous Problems; Calculating Prodigies; Cryptographs and Ciphers; String Figures; and Three Classical Geometrical Problems.

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