Readership: Anyone who loves puzzles and mathematics. Readers will range from older school
students interested in maths, to parents and schoolteachers, maths undergraduates, maths professionals, and the general reader of popular mathematics and puzzles.
Ian Stewart, Professor of Mathematics, The University of Warwick
1: Your Half's Bigger Than My Half!
2: Repealing the Law of Averages
3: Arithmetic and Old Lace
4: Paradox Lost
5: Tight Tins for Round Sardines
6: The Never-Ending Chess Game
7: Quods and Quazars
8: Zero Knowledge Protocols
9: Empires on the Moon
10: Empires and Electronics
11: Resurrection Shuffle
12: Double Bubble, Toil and Trouble
13: Crossed Lines in the Brick Factory
14: Division Without Envy
15: Furiously flashing fireflies
16: Why Phone Cords Get Tangled
17: Sierpinski's Ubiquitous Gasket
18: Defend the Roman empire!
19: Triangulation Takeaway
20: Easter is a quasicrystal