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## Tuesday, November 18, 2008

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## Tuesday, November 18, 2008

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- Six Visual Proofs
- Programming and Logic Puzzles
- How Many Triangles?
- Books Programmers Don't Really Read
- Getting a Fair Toss From a Biased Coin
- The SICP Challenge
- SICP Exercise 1.12: Pascal's Triangle
- Math visualization: (x + 1)^2
- How many squares are there on a chess board?
- Solving a 3x3 Magic Square

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## 4 comments:

Is the typo in the title intentional ?

No, it wasn't. Thanks for pointing it out. :)

The link to stack overflow doesn't work any more :-(

Thanks, John. I updated the URL to point to that question's new home.

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