Today is Labor Day, an annual holiday in America and Canada to honor workers. America and Canada happen to be in the minority here, as over 80 countries observe a Labour Day holiday linked with International Workers Day on May 1. The date holidays are observed is often arbitrary, and today’s puzzle imagines a probabilistic […]
One of my favorite mental challenges, as many regular Grey Matters readers know, is the Knight's Tour. The challenge is, using only the chess knight's L-shaped move, to land on each of the 64 squares once.
Mentalist Richard Paddon recently released a download resource titled The Knight's Tour: A Scenic Journey. In this post, I'll take a close look at this new take on a classic feat.
Most people think that Factoring is a boring topic. They don’t know the real essence and wide applications of this topic. Factoring is very useful in solving equations, simplifying common core mathematics, and more....
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Hey everyone, I’m getting worse at keeping my blog updated… I’ve been wanting to add something to this for a while because I haven’t liked that the first post people see when they come here starts with ‘Shameless Promotion!’. That’s just tacky. So – in an effort to move that from the top of my front […]