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There Are Two Errors In The The Title Of This Book: A Sourcebook of Philosophical Puzzles, Problems, and Paradoxes (repost)
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There Are Two Errors In The The Title Of This Book: A Sourcebook of Philosophical Puzzles, Problems, and Paradoxes by Robert M. Martin
English | 1992 | ISBN: 0921149980 | EPUB | 226 pages | 0,5 MB

Martin provides fascinating discussions of each problem or puzzle, and appends suggestions for further reading in each case. Where the puzzle or problem admits of a right answer, Martin provides it in a separate section. Details
There Are Two Errors In The The Title Of This Book: A Sourcebook of Philosophical Puzzles, Problems, and Paradoxes (repost)
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There Are Two Errors In The The Title Of This Book: A Sourcebook of Philosophical Puzzles, Problems, and Paradoxes by Robert M. Martin
English | 1992 | ISBN: 0921149980 | EPUB | 226 pages | 0,5 MB
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New Mathematical Diversions: More Puzzles, Problems, Games, and Other Mathematical Diversions (revised edition) [Repost]
Author: ChrisRedfield

Martin Gardner - New Mathematical Diversions: More Puzzles, Problems, Games, and Other Mathematical Diversions (revised edition)
Published: 1995-06 | ISBN: 0883855178 | PDF | 268 pages | 13 MB
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New Mathematical Diversions: More Puzzles, Problems, Games, and Other Mathematical Diversions
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Martin Gardner, «New Mathematical Diversions:
More Puzzles, Problems, Games, and Other Mathematical Diversions»
Math Assn of America | ISBN 0883855178 | (June 1995) | PDF | 12.4 Mb | 268 pages
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More Puzzles, Paradoxes, and Brain Teasers
Author: MoneyRich

More Puzzles, Paradoxes, and Brain Teasers by Stan Gibilisco
Tab Books; 1 edition | January 1990 | English | ISBN: 0830690956 | 127 pages | DJVU | 2 MB

The book contains seven chapters, and each chapter is broken down into several small topics, mostly around two pages long. The first chapter best fits the title; it contains around 20 puzzles, problems or demonstrations with paradoxical or surprising results, and other mind benders. Many of these you may have seen elsewhere, but there are some original discussions. The second chapter discusses several famous problems in mathematics, such as that of trisecting an angle, Euclid's parallel postulate, and Fermat's Last Theorem (note that the book was written before the latter was proven, so is now a somewhat obsolete introduction). The problems are explained very clearly so that the casual reader can understand what is going on. The section on statistical objectivity is also a good read. Details
Puzzles, Mazes and Numbers
Author: tukotikko

Puzzles, Mazes and Numbers By Charles Snape
1995 | 128 Pages | ISBN: 0521465001 | DJVU | 10 MB
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How to Solve Mathematical Problems (repost)
Author: viserion

Wayne A. Wickelgren, "How to Solve Mathematical Problems"
ISBN: 0486284336 | 1995 | EPUB | 272 pages | 3 MB
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How to Solve Mathematical Problems
Author: tarantoga

Wayne A. Wickelgren, "How to Solve Mathematical Problems"
ISBN: 0486284336 | 1995 | EPUB | 272 pages | 3 MB
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536 Curious Problems and Puzzles (repost)
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Henry Ernest Dudeney, "536 Curious Problems and Puzzles"
1995 | ISBN: 1566198968 | 428 pages | Djvu | 4,1 MB

Reader's review:
This book of puzzles consists of problems that are mathematical or geometric in nature. A good percentage of the puzzles are clever and ingenius, and there are a lot of puzzles. These tend to be quite a bit harder than puzzles and problems in other books of this type, though, and don't lend themselves to a casual environment. You may have to sit at a desk with pencil and paper to solve most of these.
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Mind-Bending Puzzles: A Bundle of Bogglers to Baffle Your Brain (repost)
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Terry Stickels, "Mind-Bending Puzzles: A Bundle of Bogglers to Baffle Your Brain"
1998 | ISBN: 0764906909 | 96 pages | Djvu | 3 MB

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The puzzles in Mind-Bending Puzzles Volume I have been carefully picked to form a selection that will both challenge and entertain you. My aim is to create puzzles that you can enjoy solving without getting bogged down by complex approaches and equations.The puzzles offered here—"Frame Games," visual/spatial puzzles, word and math problems, series puzzles, and logic problems—vary in difficulty, but each one was chosen to exercise a different aspect of problem solving.There's something here for everyone.
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