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As co-editor of Journal of Recreational Mathematics, what I present here are the contents of this issue with no commentary. Forgive the five star ranking.
Contents of "Journal of Recreational Mathematics Volume 34 (1)"
Papers, edited by Charles Ashbacher "Tee Tests: Playing With Tiger", by Brett P. Shirreffs and Paul M. Sommers "Watering Down Coors: The Rockies' Ball Humidor", by Mark J. Shimrock, Peter M. Lefeber, Christian Hansen and Paul M. Sommers "Why the NBA Bounced Their New Basketball", by Robert M. Marcoux, Filip Marinkovic, George A. Mayer and Paul M. Sommers "Look Up and Scream: Analytical Difficulties Resolved!", by Swapnil P. Bhatia "Another Look at Dissecting Three Equal Squares Into One", by Alexander Drohobyczer "The Glass Game", by Joseph L. Yucas "'Double Inclusion' Scale Models of Hexominoes and Parity Limitations", by Donald J. Kern "A Poisson Model for No-Hitters in Major League Baseball", by David L. Campbell, Benjamin O. Hanna, Conor A. Lyons and Paul M. Sommers
Book reviews, edited by Charles Ashbacher "Mathematical Puzzle Tales", by Martin Gardner, reviewed by Charles Ashbacher "Martin Gardner's Mathematical Games: The Entire Collection of His Scientific American Columns", (CD-ROM format), by Martin Gardner, reviewed by Charles Ashbacher "When Topology Meets Chemistry: A Topological Look at Molecular Chirality", by Erica Flapan, reviewed by Charles Ashbacher "Mathematics in Fun and Earnest", by Nathan A.Read more ›
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