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    The Millions : 28 Books You Should Read If You Want To

  • Sarah Schurkamp Christman

    Martin Gardner: Hexaflexagons. Prepare to have your mind blown! I have to try to make these! What a great challenge for math class.

  • Megan Raby

    Martin Gardner Monty Hall problem

  • SB&F Online (Science Books & Films)

    October 21 is the anniversary of Martin Gardner’s birth. Gardner (1914-2010) is a legend in recreational (and professional) mathematics circles. Although he had little mathematical training, his 1956-1981 Scientific American column “Mathematical Games” has had a huge impact on the way people view math.

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