This book is a comprehensive guide to mathematical modeling. It uses 50 puzzles as "case studies" and represents them as mathematical models. The models are coded in a computer language... More > (LPL) and can be solved directly over the Internet.
Game-lovers will discover new original aspects of their favorite pastime and mathematiciens will be amazed how playful and diverting modelling can be.
The goal is to encourage the use of such puzzles in an educational context in order to improve and develop modelling skills. It can be used as a self-study or in classes.
Download a particular puzzle from the book at: http://www.virtual-optima.com/download/vodoc/chess4.pdf< Less

This book is a comprehensive guide to mathematical modeling. It uses 50 puzzles as "case studies" and represents them as mathematical models. The models are coded in a computer language... More > (LPL) and can be solved directly over the Internet.
Game-lovers will discover new original aspects of their favorite pastime and mathematiciens will be amazed how playful and diverting modelling can be.
The goal is to encourage the use of such puzzles in an educational context in order to improve and develop modelling skills. It can be used as a self-study or in classes.
Download a particular puzzle from the book at: http://www.virtual-optima.com/download/vodoc/chess4.pdf< Less

[Excerpt from Preface] In issuing this volume of my Mathematical Puzzles, of which some have appeared in periodicals and others are given here for the first time, I must acknowledge the encouragement... More > that I have received from many unknown correspondents, at home and abroad, who have expressed a desire to have the problems in a collected form, with some of the solutions given at greater length than is possible in magazines and newspapers. Though I have included a few old puzzles that have interested the world for generations, where I felt that there was something new to be said about them, the problems are in the main original. It is true that some of these have become widely known through the press, and it is possible that the reader may be glad to know their source. - Henry Ernest Dudeney, 1917< Less

[Excerpt from Preface] In issuing this volume of my Mathematical Puzzles, of which some have appeared in periodicals and others are given here for the first time, I must acknowledge the encouragement... More > that I have received from many unknown correspondents, at home and abroad, who have expressed a desire to have the problems in a collected form, with some of the solutions given at greater length than is possible in magazines and newspapers. Though I have included a few old puzzles that have interested the world for generations, where I felt that there was something new to be said about them, the problems are in the main original. It is true that some of these have become widely known through the press, and it is possible that the reader may be glad to know their source. - Henry Ernest Dudeney, 1917< Less

Here are some important things to remember when learning mathematics (known as math for short). Learning mathematics is like learning another language, so at first it will be hard but it will get... More > progressively easier. A lot of concepts in mathematics are inter-related, so knowing one helps you understand many others.< Less

The book, Card Magic and My Mathematical Discoveries, opens a new chapter of mathematical discoveries using card magic as a pedestal. This innovative work explains how research on card magic led to a... More > new line of mind-blowing mathematical findings. These mathematical findings will captivate any reader interested in the following areas: programming and modeling, logical-mathematical intelligence, mathematical amusement, Riemann hypothesis, the world of numbers and mathematics of order and pattern. Moreover, this book is loaded with cutting edge puzzles, prime number riddles and card mathematical intelligence demonstrations to educate and entertain the readers and also to stimulate their interest in research. Interestingly, mathematical tutors can now use cards practically as a potent tool to teach mathematics, and also students can now use cards to play the games of intelligence.< Less

The book, Card Magic and My Mathematical Discoveries, opens a new chapter of mathematical discoveries using card magic as a pedestal. This innovative work explains how research on card magic led to a... More > new line of mind-blowing mathematical findings. These mathematical findings will captivate any reader interested in the following areas: programming and modeling, logical-mathematical intelligence, mathematical amusement, Riemann hypothesis, the world of numbers and mathematics of order and pattern. Moreover, this book is loaded with cutting edge puzzles, prime number riddles and card mathematical intelligence demonstrations to educate and entertain the readers and also to stimulate their interest in research.< Less

KINDNESS IN MATHS!
NUMBERS AND COUNTING TO TEN
A workbook is presented in an appealing and entertaining format and aimed at the preschool level, it teaches the basic concepts of numbers and counting... More > by means of poetry, games, and clever illustrations. It makes an excellent supplement to teaching materials for either a group or homeschool setting.< Less

KINDNESS IN MATHS.
MATHS is NOT boring ANYMORE!
TIMES TABLES AND MULTIPLICATION, the third in this series is delightful resource for parents and teachers and contains stories, poems, games and... More > creative tasks on the theme of maths. The workbook helps children to acquire knowledge on the value of magical, logical and harmonious world of maths. This teacher/parents resource is aimed at 6-9 year olds and may be used in both a classroom or classroom or home educational setting.< Less

What is the "answer to everything"? Pythagoras provided a glimpse of the answer 2,500 years ago when he declared, "All things are numbers".
Mathematics is literally everything.... More > Unlike science, mathematics offers certainty and absolute knowledge. Mathematics unifies science, religion and metaphysics and is the true Grand Unified Theory of Everything. No experiment can ever contradict a mathematical truth.
Mathematics is the ONLY answer to everything. Mathematics is the ONLY subject inherently about eternal, Platonic truth.
The God Series, starting with The God Game, reveals the astonishing power of ontological mathematics to account for everything.
Isn't it time to convert to to the world's only rational religion - Illuminism, the Pythagorean religion of mathematics that infallibly explains all things and guarantees everyone a soul that's not only eternal and indestructible but also has the capacity to make each of us a true God?
Isn't it time to become Illuminated?< Less