# mathematical games column in a sentence

- The problem was introduced to a wide mathematical audience by Martin Gardner in his October 1960
*Mathematical Games column*. - Martin Gardner wrote a popular account of the monster group in his June 1980
*Mathematical Games column*in Scientific American. - Martin Gardner wrote a popular account of the Gray code in his August 1972
*Mathematical Games column*in Scientific American. - The problem was featured by Martin Gardner in his April 1957 "
*Mathematical Games column*" in " Scientific American ". - The story of the relationship between Freud and Fliess is told by Martin Gardner in his July 1966
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*mathematical games column*in a sentence. - The game was introduced to the public by Martin Gardner in his October 1963 "
*Mathematical Games column*" in " Scientific American ". - In his January 1960
*Mathematical Games column*, Gardner introduced the fictitious " Dr . Matrix " and wrote about him often over the next two decades. - Martin Gardner published an extensive article written by W . T . Tutte about the early history of squaring the square in his
*mathematical games column*in November 1958. - Escher's fame in popular culture grew when his work was featured by Martin Gardner in his April 1966
*Mathematical Games column*in " Scientific American ". - The Borromean rings, especially their mathematical properties, were featured by Martin Gardner in his September 1961 "
*Mathematical Games column*" in " Scientific American ". - It was called " Martin Gardner : Defending the Honor of the Human Mind " and contained a biography of Gardner and a history of his
*Mathematical Games column*. - According to Martin Gardner, who featured this problem in his November 1959
*Mathematical Games column*, the number of distinct solutions was incorrectly stated to be 72 by Rouse Ball. - Martin Gardner discussed the book at length, particularly Conway's construction of Surreal numbers, in his
*Mathematical Games column*in " Scientific American " in September 1976. - Martin Gardner wrote a popular account of what was known at the time about the four color theorem in his September 1960
*Mathematical Games column*in " Scientific American " magazine. - Both Dudeney and Loyd were featured by Martin Gardner in his
*Mathematical Games column*in " Scientific American " & mdash; Loyd in August 1957 and Dudeney in June 1958.

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