CalcuDoku is a mathematical and logical puzzle loosely similar to sudoku.
Author: Jeff Heldt
Publisher: Independently Published
CalcuDoku is a mathematical and logical puzzle loosely similar to sudoku. It was invented by a Japanese mathematics teacher Tetsuya Miyamoto. The objective is to fill the grid in with the digits 1 through N (where N is the number of rows or columns in the grid) such that: * Each row contains exactly one of each digit. * Each column contains exactly one of each digit. * Each bold-outlined group of cells (block) contains digits which achieve the specified result using the specified mathematical operation: addition (+), subtraction (-), multiplication (×), and division (÷). * Unlike Killer Sudoku, digits may repeat within a block. calcudoku puzzle books - math puzzle books for adults - math puzzle books - math puzzle for adults - mathematical puzzles - mathematical puzzle books - mathematical puzzle books for adults - mathematical puzzles with answers - mathematical puzzle games - mathematical puzzle books - mathematical games and puzzle - mathematical crossword puzzle with answers - mathematical jigsaw puzzle - japanese mathematical puzzle - mathematical logic puzzle - mathematical matrix puzzle - mathematical mind puzzle - mathematical matching puzzle - math puzzles for middle school - math puzzle brain teasers
In this latest volume, there are 116 recreational mathematical puzzles and problems that will challenge and entertain bright minds.
Author: Dick Hess
Publisher: World Scientific
Population Explosion and Other Mathematical Puzzles is a wonderful addition to Dr Dick Hess's previous successful books, Mental Gymnastics: Recreational Mathematical Puzzles, Golf on the Moon, (Dover Publishing, 2011 and 2014 respectively) and Number-Crunching Math Puzzles (Puzzlewright, 2013), a republication of All-Star Mathlete Puzzles (Sterling Publishing, 2009). In this latest volume, there are 116 recreational mathematical puzzles and problems that will challenge and entertain bright minds. They are mostly new problems on creative themes, encompassing a wide range of difficulty from amusing to complex. Intended to hone mathematical thinking skills and reasoning ability, solving the puzzles may require considerable perseverance. Open this book to find a captivating assortment of geometric, digital, logical, probability, analytical, physics and trapezoid puzzles. Find out what happens with jeeps in the desert and be amused or confused by some MathDice puzzles. While most of these puzzles can be solved by pencil and paper analysis, there are some that are best tackled with a computer to find a solution. Be prepared to keep your wits about you! Contents: Playful PuzzlesGeometric PuzzlesDigital PuzzlesLogical PuzzlesProbability PuzzlesAnalytical PuzzlesPhysics PuzzlesTrapezoid PuzzlesJeeps in the DesertMathDice Puzzles Readership: Students, general public, professionals. Key Features:Mostly new problemsCreative themesA wide range of difficulty from amusing to complex
Since this book contains riddles geared towards children between the ages of 8-11, the range of math topics has been simplified to only include the relevant lessons.
Author: Miranda Stewart
Category: Young Adult Fiction
Are you looking for difficult math riddles and brain teasers ? Math riddles are short word puzzles that involve mathematical concepts. These riddles typically encourage the application of pattern recognition, logical thinking, and problem solving in order to reach the answers. Sometimes they may require a series of calculations to derive the right answer. They cover a wide range of different topics and lessons depending on the age group the riddles are made for and the difficulty level of the riddles. Some math riddles only require addition with single numbers to solve, while others may involve the use of calculus principles. Since this book contains riddles geared towards children between the ages of 8-11, the range of math topics has been simplified to only include the relevant lessons. The primary math concepts the riddles in this book deal with are arithmetic, times tables, factors, completing patterns, and unit conversions. This variety will keep children engaged while not overwhelming them with difficult concepts they may not have encountered yet in the classroom. This book covers the following topics: Simple math riddles Easy math riddles Intermediate math riddles Hard level riddles Challenging math riddles For fun riddles ...And much more Math can be quite a challenging subject for many students and teaching through puzzles and riddles helps children overcome these learning problems in a fun and productive way. In fact, math can be so complex sometimes that many students choose to give up learning this essential subject that is the basis for other sciences. Math riddles follow a popular current trend in education known as gamification which seeks to mix learning and fun. If students are having fun while they learn, they will be more motivated to tackle harder subjects and advance their own learning. Even children who are already adept in a subject can benefit from gamification, as it ensures they will not grow bored with the subject and they are always challenging themselves to improve. The challenge of solving riddles and the sense of pride children get from working hard to get a riddle right plays directly into this trend to turn math into a game. Math riddles really work to get your child engaged and personally invested in their own education because they make learning fun. The different difficulties serve as 'levels' for your child to test their knowledge and expand into a better understanding of new concepts. When learning and playing are combined, your child will begin to see their education as something they want to actively participate in rather than something they passively learn in a classroom. Math riddles that make math exciting and engaging can teach kids the value of learning. They mix up the tired formula of worksheets while showing kids how they can apply math to their daily lives in unique ways. Letting kids figure out the answers to these puzzles teaches them problem solving skills that they can apply to all areas of life. It also allows them to feel the joy that comes with working hard on something and coming up with the correct solution. Providing gentle guidance towards the correct answer when your child is uncertain shows them that you are willing to take an active role in encouraging and supporting their education. Math riddles teach critical skills while encouraging cooperation and engagement from the whole family.
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Author: Samuel Loyd
Category: Mathematical recreations
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Author: Nils K. Oeijord
MATHEMATICS / ALGEBRA This book is written for a very broad audience. There are no particular prerequisites for reading this book. We hope students of High Schools, Colleges, and Universities, as well as hobby mathematicians, will like and benefit from this book. The book is rigorous and self-contained. All results are proved (or the proofs are optional exercises) and stated as theorems. Important points are covered by examples and optional exercises. Additionally there are also two sections called More optional exercises (with answers). Modern technology uses complex numbers for just about everything. Actually, there is no way one can formulate quantum mechanics without resorting to complex numbers. Leonard Euler (1707-1786) considered it natural to introduce students to complex numbers much earlier than we do today. Even in his elementary algebra textbook he uses complex numbers throughout the book. Nils K. Oeijord is a science writer and a former assistant professor of mathematics at Tromsoe College, Norway. He is the author of The Very Basics of Tensors, and several other books in English and Norwegian. Nils K. Oeijord is the discoverer of the general genetic catastrophe (GGC).
Over 300 Puzzles that Teach Math and Problem-Solving Skills Terry Stickels ...
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Author: Terry Stickels
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Number puzzles, spatial/visual puzzles, cryptograms, Sudoku, Kokuro, logic puzzles, and word games like Frame Games are all a great way to teach math and problem-solving skills to elementary and middle school students. In these two new collections, puzzle master Terry Stickels provides puzzles and brain games that range from simple to challenging and are organized by grade level and National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) content areas. Each book offers over 300 brain games that will help students learn core math concepts and develop critical thinking skills. The books include a wide range of puzzle types and cover a variety of math topics, from fractions and geometry to probability and algebra.
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Category: Creative ability in children
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Author: Rick Wormeli
Summarization. Just when we thought we knew everything about it, the doors to divergent thinking open and summarization—no longer something that students must endure until you get to the "cool" stuff—takes on an exciting new role in student success! In this second edition of Summarization in Any Subject, Dedra Stafford joins Rick Wormeli in adding fresh depth and creative variations to the basics, including changes to all 50 techniques from the first edition and brand new summarizing techniques that can be differentiated for multiple disciplines and levels of student readiness. Personably written, with a sense of humor and a commitment to students' substantive engagement with curriculum, this new edition provides practical, "show me what it looks like" tools and descriptions as well as QR codes and tech integrations for many of the techniques. The book provides A clear rationale for summarization in any subject along with an explanation of the cognitive science that powers its positive effects, including the influence of background knowledge and primacy-recency, plus the benefits of metaphors, chunking, timing, maintaining objectivity, and the efficacy that comes when students process content. Practical tips for teaching students note taking, paraphrasing, and text structure. Nine easy strategies that teachers can use to help students begin to understand what they need to know in order to summarize. Detailed descriptions of 60 strategies and critical thinking variations that provide students with memorable learning experiences, plus targeted support materials that assist in teaching and learning. It's time to revitalize learning and shatter the tedium associated with summarization, and this new edition of Summarization in Any Subject can help you do just that.
The answer to that is more surprising than the classic puzzle's answer. The book is organized into 29 themes, each a topic from algebra, geometry or calculus and each launched from an opening puzzle or problem.
Author: Oleg Ivanov
Publisher: The Mathematical Association of America
A Portal Through Mathematics is a collection of puzzles and problems mostly on topics relating to secondary mathematics. The problems and topics are fresh and interesting and frequently surprising. One example: the puzzle that asks how much length must be added to a belt around the Earth's equator to raise it one foot has probably achieved old chestnut status. Ivanov, after explaining the surprising answer to this question, goes a step further and asks, if you grabbed that too long belt at some point and raised it as high as possible, how high would that be? The answer to that is more surprising than the classic puzzle's answer. The book is organized into 29 themes, each a topic from algebra, geometry or calculus and each launched from an opening puzzle or problem. There are excursions into number theory, solid geometry, physics and combinatorics. Always there is an emphasis on surprise and delight. And every theme begins at a level approachable with minimal background requirements. With well over 250 puzzles and problems, there is something here sure to appeal to everyone. A Portal Through Mathematics will be useful for prospective secondary teachers of mathematics and may be used (as a supplementary resource) in university courses in algebra, geometry, calculus, and discrete mathematics. It can also be used for professional development for teachers looking for inspiration. However, the intended audience is much broader. Every fan of mathematics will find enjoyment in it.
Fifty-one original puzzles include complex crosswords, a collection of amusing stories with a series of clues that lead to a single solution at the end, and an advanced series of math and logic puzzles — no skills beyond high school ...
Author: Barry R. Clarke
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Fifty-one original puzzles include complex crosswords, a collection of amusing stories with a series of clues that lead to a single solution at the end, and an advanced series of math and logic puzzles — no skills beyond high school algebra needed. Most puzzles include hints; solutions are provided for all.
255 Puzzles For Key Stage Two & Three Learning ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ This Book Contains: 🎓 English 30 x Word Search 30 x Word Hunt 30 x Target Puzzles 10 x Complex Sentence Cryptograms The puzzles inside include vocabulary found in the UK ...
Author: Brain Trainer
255 Puzzles For Key Stage Two & Three Learning ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ This Book Contains: 🎓 English 30 x Word Search 30 x Word Hunt 30 x Target Puzzles 10 x Complex Sentence Cryptograms The puzzles inside include vocabulary found in the UK National Curriculum for Key Stages Two & Three. The English puzzles selected are designed to assist in the skill development of writing, spelling, vocabulary, memory & logical reasoning. 🎓 Maths 15 x Easy Fruit Math Puzzles 15 x Medium Fruit Math Puzzles 15 x Hard Fruit Math Puzzles These 45 math logic puzzles will engage and stimulate your child's problem solving ability through addition, subtraction and multiplication of healthy foods. 🍎 🍐 🍍 🍋 🍊 🍏 In early childhood education it has been demonstrated that a correlation exists between the level of a child's mathematical ability and their future academic success. The reverse of this relationship has also been observed, where children who are behind the mathematical skills of their peers, continue to fall behind in future studies (Pelkowski, et al. 2019).Furthermore, it is well established in literature that the more maths learning opportunities a child is exposed to, the more growth they will experience in math knowledge (Piasta, et al. 2015). 🎓 Logic 20 x Pattern Recognition Problems 30 x Sudoku Puzzles 30 x 2D Mazes 30 x 3D Mazes In today's 'Age of Information', it is of great importance to equip students with critical thinking, and logical reasoning skills to effectively decipher and make meaning from large amounts of information (Fitzgerald, 2005). Logical reasoning assists in construction of concepts and knowledge in the learning process (Ongcoy, 2016). This book includes logic puzzles to promote the cognitive development and logical reasoning to improve their academic performance in high school, and beyond (Bouhnik, Giat, 2009)! Shayer and Adey (1993) found that at the completion of a 2-year science program designed to promote formal operational thinking, improvements were seen in maths, english and science results in the British National Examinations. This book is designed to provide a learning opportunity to foster the curiosity and confidence of children aged 9 - 14 and set them well on the path to academic success. 📚 📚
Author: Louis Grant Brandes
Category: Mathematical recreations
◆ Good book for all ages ◆ Christmas present for the grandkids, ages 7-11. ◆ Great for downtime, enrichment or car rides during the summer months. ◆ Learning day in the time of COVID-19. ◆ The riddles are funny and imaginative, ...
Author: Kitty Burns
◆ Good book for all ages ◆ Christmas present for the grandkids, ages 7-11. ◆ Great for downtime, enrichment or car rides during the summer months. ◆ Learning day in the time of COVID-19. ◆ The riddles are funny and imaginative, and some of them are quite complex. ◆ Enjoyable word riddles to get the neurons firing. ◆ Children need to think about them and practice their critical thinking skills in order to answer many of them. ◆ Awesome collection to make you laugh. ◆ This book has been my go to resource to give the kids an intriguing question to begin our Virtual
MATHEMATICAL PUZZLES AND RECREATIONS AMUSEMENTS IN
MATHEMATICS , Henry Ernest Dudeney . The foremost British originator of
mathematical puzzles is always intriguing , witty , and paradoxical in this classic ,
one of the ...
Author: William Fogg Osgood
Category: Fonctions d'une variable complexe
Ranging from the simple to complex, problems are both original with the author and the work of over 100 other qualified mathematicians.
Author: Charles W. Trigg
Publisher: Courier Corporation
For the mathematics enthusiast of any age or level of sophisitcation, this stimulating treasury of unusual math problems offers unlimited opportunity for mind-biggling recreation. Carles W. Trigg, Dean Emeritus and Professor Emeritus at Los Angeles City College and one of the country's best-known problemists, has compiled nearly 300 mathematical brainteasers from the field of of arithmetic, algebra, plane and solid geometry, trigonometry, number theory, and such general recreational mathematics and dissections, cryptarithms and magic squares. The object of each problem is to find the quickest, most elegant solution - they are often unorthodox and there is usually and element of surprise in each. Ranging from the simple to complex, problems are both original with the author and the work of over 100 other qualified mathematicians. Most are rarely seen or entirely new; all challenge the reader to devise solutions more elegant than the ones provided.
Author: Victoria Chase
Category: Internet in education
Tanagrams are geometric puzzles made by combining simple geometric shapes
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Category: Activity programs in education
Analytical table of contents that groups the puzzles according to the type of
mathematics necessary to solve them. ... and advanced puzzles all involve the
ability to reason clearly through complex situations; some call for mathematical ...
Author: Mrs. William Starr Dana
Analytical table of contents that groups the puzzles according to the type of
mathematics necessary to solve them . ... and advanced puzzles all involve the
ability to reason clearly through complex situations ; some call for mathematical ...
Author: William Thomson Baron Kelvin
Author: Philip Heafford
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company Incorporated
Category: Games & Activities
Over 200 mathematical teasers grouped in thirty "quizzes," with answers provided at the end.