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Containing an entertaining mix of original problems as well as playful introductions to subjects from topology to number theory, mathematical art, and more, this book is a selection of the most inspiring articles from Pythagoras magazine. Ideal for high school students and anyone with an inquisitive mind.

About the Author

Alex van den Brandhof is a science writer and mathematics teacher.

Jan Guichelaar is a retired theoretical physicist who remains active in the history of science.

Arnout Jaspers is a freelance science writer.


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