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1. Theopaque cube 2. Thesquare root of 2 = 1.414213562373095 3.Flip, the psychic robot 5.Mathematics and wordplay 6.Steiner trees on a checkerboard 7.Tiling the bent tromino 8.Covering a cube with congruent polygons 9.Magic tricks on a computer 10.Variations on the 123456789 trick 11.More calculator whimsies 12.Kasparov's defeat by deep blue -13.Computers near the threshold 14.Cornering the king 15. Toroidal currency 16.Six challenging dissection tasks 17.Lewis Carroll's pillow-problems 18.Lewis Carroll's word ladders 19. Theant on 1 x 1 x 2 20.Three-point tiling 21.Lucky numbers and 2187 22.3 x 3 magic squares 23.Some new discoveries about 3 x 3 magic squares 24.Primes in arithmetic progression 25.Prime magic squares 26. Thedominono game 27. Thegrowth of recreational mathematics 28.Maximum inscribed squares, rectangles and triangles 29.Serial isogons of 90 degrees 30.Around the solar system 31.Ten amazing mathematical tricks 32.Modeling mathematics with playing cards 33. Theasymmetric propeller theorem 34.Chess queens and maximum unattacked cells 35.Lion hunting 36.Two books on infinity 37. Theuniverse and the teacup 38. Anew result on perfect magic squares 39. Thenumber devil 40.Probability 1 41.Fuzzy new new math.