More mathematical byways
This volume continues the popular series of mathematical problems and puzzles first introduced in Mathematical Byways (Oxford 1985). Set in the fictional villages of Ayling, Beeling, and Ceiling, the problems derive from the amusing adventures of the inhabitants. The book includes solutions and suggestions for further problem-solving. It requires little previous formal work and is intended to encourage the mastery of technique while demonstrating that mathematics can be fun.
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