Eureka is a magazine published annually since 1939 by 'The Archimedeans', the Cambridge University Mathematical Society. It is one of the oldest recreational mathematics publications in the World.
This is the first digital issue with many of the best articles reprinted. Authors include Stephen Hawking, Paul Dirac, Stephen Wolfram, Roger Penrose, Paul Erdős.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Talking to Computers | Stephen Wolfram
Pentaplexity | Sir Roger Penrose
Squared Squares | Philipp Kleppmann
Tricky Teacups | Vito Videtta
Surface Differences Matter! | Arran Fernandez
Pi in Fours | John Conway and Michael Guy
Order in Randomness | Maithra Raghu
Consecutive Integers | Paul Erdős
The Logic of Logic | Zoe Wyatt
Stein s Paradox | Richard J Samworth
Optimal Card Shuffling | Martin Mellish
Harmonic Game Theory | Blanche Descartes
Mathematics in Wartime | G H Hardy
Hopes and Fears | Paul Dirac
Quantum Gravity | Stephen Hawking
Multiverses | Georg Ellis
Primes and Particles | Jack Williams
M-Theory, Duality and Art | David Berman
Glacier Dynamics | Indranil Banik and Justas Dauparas
Archimedes | Tom K rner
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