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Mathematics in foreign languages
Mathematics knows no national borders, and one is often called upon to converse about mathematics in a language that...

A trick for three
While most mathemagical tricks involve only the performer and one spectator, here is an example of a trick that...

A symmetric trick
One of the tricks that always impress the audience who do not know the simple geometry behind it is...
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Mathematics in foreign languages
Mathematics knows no national borders, and one is often called upon to converse about mathematics in a language that is not one’s native tongue....
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The mathematical dictionary: Symbols
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A trick for three
While most mathemagical tricks involve only the performer and one spectator, here is an example of a trick that involves three spectators. To perform...
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A symmetric trick
One of the tricks that always impress the audience who do not know the simple geometry behind it is this simple card trick. It...
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