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- Math Trek
## Free Choice + Punishment = Cooperation

In a computer simulation of a multi-player game, cheaters didn't prosper when other participants could choose not to play.9 years ago - Math Trek
## Sudoku and Graph Theory

Solving sudoku puzzles may not require mathematics, but mathematicians have found plenty to say about the popular brainteasers.9 years ago - Math Trek
## A Golden Sales Pitch

A design incorporating the golden ratio makes blue jeans aesthetically pleasing, or so the manufacturer claims.9 years ago - Math Trek
## Summing Up Literature

Statistical analyses of literary texts provide new insights about novels.9 years ago - News
## Mapping a Medusa: The Internet spreads its tentacles

After tracking how digital information weaves around the world, researchers have concluded that, structurally speaking, the Internet looks like a medusa jellyfish.9 years ago - Math Trek
## Summing Up Literature

Statistical analyses of literary texts provide new insights about novels.9 years ago - Math Trek
## Musical Illusions

An auditory phenomenon that resembles a familiar optical illusion sheds light on how our brains process sound.9 years ago - Math Trek
## Trisecting an Angle with Origami

A paper-folding technique can solve a classic math problem.9 years ago - Math Trek
## Covering New Ground with Polygons

Mathematicians can cover larger areas than they'd realized using polygons with fixed diameters.9 years ago - Math Trek
## Miles from Nowhere

Scientists have developed a new technique for calculating the ecological value of road-free areas of land and representing them geometrically.9 years ago