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Like Origami meets Lego. No scissors, tape, or glue. This modular paper cutout is based on triangular geometry and mates with neighbors (edge-connecting) to create tetrahedra, octohedra, and icosahedra. The resulting polyhedra can then mate once…

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An animal based who-is-who in which with the right three questions any animal becomes uniquely identified using a ternary "sieve". For the first 16 animals this also works in binary.
In this puzzle you must find the most crooked path on a board made of squares. Each square is visited at most once, but you need not visit all squares. Your path goes from square to adjacent square, and should have as many 90-degree turns as…

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With a laser-cutter, it is easy to make one-of-a-kind jigsaw puzzles. The question then is what pattern of cuts to use. Here is a gallery of some experiments I have been making in which the cut pattern is based on a warped grid. A pseudorandom…

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Sadly, all within 13 months of each other, the three authors of the iconic book Winning Ways for Your Mathematical Plays passed away.

Elwyn Berlekamp: Sept 6 1940 – Apr 9 2019
Richard Guy – Sept 30 1916 – Mar 9 2020
John Horton Conway: Dec 26 1937 –…

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Zebra stripe IBM binary card.
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