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## Names for Numbers

Named numbers, such as Smiths, have all sorts of intriguing properties.9 years ago - Math Trek
## Aircraft Boarding by the Numbers

Random airplane boarding isn't so bad.9 years ago - Feature
## Chaotic Chomp

A new, physics-based approach to analyzing simple games, such as Chomp and Nim, reveals changing geometric patterns reminiscent of crystal growth.9 years ago - Math Trek
## Flirting with the Impossible

A new book champions the importance of imagination and fantasy in mathematics.9 years ago - Math Trek
## Bending a Soccer Ball

Mathematics suggests a variety of alternative designs for soccer balls.9 years ago - Math Trek
## Magic Square Physics

Taking a magic square or cube for a spin reveals some interesting properties. For more math, visit the MathTrek blog.9 years ago - Math Trek
## Counting Franklin's Magic Squares

Benjamin Franklin's remarkable magic squares are just three of more than 1 million possibilities. For more math, visit the MathTrek blog.9 years ago - Math Trek
## Folding Perfect Thirds

Origami provides a hands-on way to explore mathematical concepts. For more math, visit the MathTrek blog.9 years ago - Math Trek
## Dropping Lowest Scores

Determining which scores to drop when computing a final grade that is to a student's greatest advantage can be tricky. For more math, visit the MathTrek blog.9 years ago - Math Trek
## Fibonacci's Missing Flowers

The number of petals that a flower has isn't always a Fibonacci number. For more math, visit the MathTrek blog.9 years ago