Books in category Mathematics – Recreations & Games

  • Computing

    Computing
    Yoshihide Igarashi, Tom Altman, Mariko Funada, Barbara Kamiyama

    By bringing together the historical and technical aspects of computing, this book enables readers to gain a deep appreciation of the long evolutionary processes of the field developed over thousands of years.

  • Knots and Borromean Rings Rep Tiles and Eight Queens

    Knots and Borromean Rings, Rep-Tiles, and Eight Queens
    Martin Gardner

    Find new twists on knotted molecules, the hangman's paradox, cat's cradle, gambling, peg solitaire, pi and e in this book.

  • Wonders of Numbers

    Wonders of Numbers
    Clifford A. Pickover

    Here is a potpourri of common and unusual number theory problems of varying difficulty–each presented in brief chapters that convey to readers the essence of the problem rather than its extraneous history.

  • Strange Attractors

    Strange Attractors
    Sarah Glaz, Joanne Growney

    But what do professional poets think of mathematics? In this delightful collection, the editors present the view of the same terrain—the connections between mathematics and poetry—from the other side of the equation: the poets.

  • 3D Math Primer for Graphics and Game Development 2nd Edition

    3D Math Primer for Graphics and Game Development, 2nd Edition
    Fletcher Dunn, Ian Parberry

    This engaging book presents the essential mathematics needed to describe, simulate, and render a 3D world.

  • Guesstimation 2 0

    Guesstimation 2.0
    Lawrence Weinstein

    "This is an absolutely great book, a worthy sequel to Guesstimation. The breadth of scope of the problems is truly impressive. Weinstein's arguments are always convincing and, in many cases, very clever.

  • THE CALENDAR CODE

    THE CALENDAR CODE
    David Braverman

    Most of this book is based on codes assigned to each month of the year, to each year and to each century.

  • Take a Number

    Take a Number
    Lillian R. Lieber, Hugh Gray Lieber

    Mathematics is like a game and if you know the equipment and the rules, you can use it for both work and recreation. This illustrated book suggests practical and charming methods of studying and practicing math.

  • Fun Plants Seeds Math Games Multiplication and Division for Kids

    Fun Plants & Seeds Math Games – Multiplication and Division for Kids
    Baby Professor

    Well, this book will teach your kids how to multiply and divide with the help of our ever trusted plants and seeds. This book was designed to remove the intimidating perception about Math by creating games out of it.

  • The Play s the Thing

    The Play’s the Thing
    Alan Lipp

    The book presents 18 games and develops the concepts of game analysis and winning strategies.

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