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The Mathemagician and Pied Puzzler: A Collection in Tribute to Martin Gardner

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The Mathemagician and Pied Puzzler: A Collection in Tribute to Martin Gardner
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Publisher: AK Peters
ISBN/ASIN: 156881075X
Number of pages: 252

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Comprises an imaginative collection of pieces created in tribute to Martin Gardner. Contains pieces as widely varied as Gardner's own interests ranging from limericks to lengthly treatises, from mathematical journal articles to personal stories.

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