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Published Apr 1, 2022
Each issue of the Mathematical Association of America’s Math Horizons presents readers with puzzles to solve, and the April 2021 issue included the “Knightdoku” challenge created by David Nacin, a math professor at William Paterson University in Wayne, New Jersey.
In this puzzle, a simple Sudoku-like problem is described based on … »
Published Mar 25, 2022
Explore the contents of this article with a free Wolfram System Modeler trial. Bowling is a simple game that consists of a ball, 10 pins and a lane. You take the ball, come to the starting line, aim between pins 1 and 3 and throw the ball. You instinctively assume … »
Published Mar 17, 2022
Cryptography has been around since time immemorial, and in the modern technological age is an omnipresent, often invisible middleman that helps protect your data. As a field of study, it combines mathematics, computer science, physics and even linguistics. As a tool, it concerns informatics, business, finance, politics, human rights—any sector … »
Published Mar 8, 2022
One of the many surprising (and to me, unexpected) implications of our Physics Project is its suggestion of a very deep correspondence between the foundations of physics and mathematics. We might have imagined that physics would have certain laws, and mathematics would have certain theories, and that while they might … »