Sometines I have a really hard time telling 0 and 1 apart.
Intriguing! A brick that's like the 3D analogue of A-series paper: you can cut it in half to produce two bricks similar to the original
Efficient Algorithms for Zeckendorf Arithmetic
Article by Ahlbach, Connor and Usatine, Jeremy and Pippenger, Nicholas
In collection: Easily explained
We study the problem of addition and subtraction using the Zeckendorf representation of integers. We show that both operations can be performed in linear time; in fact they can be performed by combinational...
Most helpful statement of the year, from @ColinTheMathmo: "That's a list of 10 (in some base)"
The Bulgarian solitaire and the mathematics around it
Article by Vesselin Drensky
In collections: Easily explained, Games to play with friends, History, Puzzles
The Bulgarian solitaire is a mathematical card game played by one person. A pack of \(n\) cards is divided into several decks (or "piles"). Each move...
The paramagnetic and glass transitions in sudoku
Article by Williams, Alex and Ackland, Graeme . J.
In collection: Basically physics
We study the statistical mechanics of a model glassy system based on a familiar and popular mathematical puzzle. Sudoku puzzles provide a very rare example of a class of frustrated systems with a unique groundstate without...
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