# mathematical games columnの例文

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- 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 Mathematical Games column in Scientific American.
- 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.
- Escher's art became well known, both among scientists and mathematicians, and in popular culture especially after it was featured by Martin Gardner in his April 1966 Mathematical Games column in Scientific American.
- Hinton's ideas inspired a fantasy about a " Church of the Fourth Dimension " featured by Martin Gardner in his January 1962 " Mathematical Games column " in " Scientific American ".
- The dissections of regular polygons and other simple geometric shapes into another such shape was the subject of Martin Gardner's November 1961 " Mathematical Games column " in " Scientific American ".
- The various forms of solitaire, especially as seen from a mathematical point of view, was the subject of Martin Gardner's June 1962 Mathematical Games column in " Scientific American ".
- For instance, CAT is transformed into DOG by the following steps : CAT, COT, DOT, DOG . The games and puzzles of Lewis Carroll was the subject of Martin Gardner's March 1960 Mathematical Games column in Scientific American.

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