By Henry E. Dudeney, Martin Gardner
Генри Эрнест Дьюдени (10 апреля 1857 - 23 апреля 1930) был английский писатель и математик, который специализировался на логических головоломках и математических играх.
Трудно в наше время найти хоть одну книгу по занимательной математике, в которой (часто без указания авторства) не нашлось бы нескольких блестящих математических задач, рожденных его неисчерпаемой фантазией.
Read Online or Download 536 puzzles & curious problems PDF
Similar puzzles & games books
Graded cross difficulties for novices are perfect books for avid gamers who've simply discovered the principles of move, bridging the distance among a beginner's e-book and a few of the extra 'advanced' hassle-free publication. the virtually 1500 difficulties those 4 volumes comprise completely drill the reader within the basics of the sport.
What "secret" separates best poker gamers from poker wannabes? Is it zen-like mind-reading abilities, a computer-like mind or millions of hours of play? No. it's a sequence of verified ways and behaviors that allows those specialists to carry their "A" online game to the desk consultation after consultation, despite non permanent effects.
Additional resources for 536 puzzles & curious problems
10. No one in room 2 1 4 read fewer than 2 1 books. 1 1 . The winning room included the person who read the fewest books. 1 2. The total number of books read in room 2 1 4 was 9 1 . 13. Joan read fewer books than Julia, who read more books than Jerry. 40 Books Read Rooms Nancy Bill Jerry Sam Tinzen Julia Harry Eric Jennifer Teresa �+-�-+-�--�4-�-+��+-�-��--�+-� Danny Joan Dennis See answers on page 87. 41 Golf Four friends played golf. The scorekeeper wasn't alert and missed recording a few scores.
Their dates totaled 3/s. 6. One Fifth's date is not Two Thirds. Two Thirds One Sixth Three Fifths One Fourth Three Eighths One Tenth One Third Five Sixths One Eighth One Fifth Seven Eighths Two Fifths See answers on page 87. 39 Fund-Raiser Three eighth-grade classes at a large school competed in a fund raising event by reading books. The person who read the most books won a CD player. The class that read the most books won a field trip to an amusement park. No two students read the same number of books.
Slimeball wore green. 4. 6 belongs to Bill. 5. Slig wore red. 6. The winner wore blue. 7. Woozey was not last. 8. Walter's slug did not wear green or blue. 9. Slimeball went half as far as Woozey. 10. Jack's slug was the winner. 1 1 . 2 less than Slippo. 1 2. 8. 13. 5, wore red. 1 4. Harry owns Gooey. See answers on page 93. 3 purple green white blue red yellow 61 Square Count In a checkerboard there are over 200 squares. There are 32 squares that look like this: D And 32 that look like this: There are some that look like this: And some like this: Using the checkerboard shown below, see if you can find all the squares in each of the following rows and columns.
536 puzzles & curious problems by Henry E. Dudeney, Martin Gardner