# Category:Recreational Mathematics

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This category contains results about Recreational Mathematics.

Definitions specific to this category can be found in Definitions/Recreational Mathematics.

**Recreational mathematics** is a branch of mathematics which studies interesting mathematical phenomena for no reason but for the amusement and entertainment of the mathematician.

## Subcategories

This category has the following 75 subcategories, out of 75 total.

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### I

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### R

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## Pages in category "Recreational Mathematics"

The following 95 pages are in this category, out of 95 total.

### 1

- 1 can be Expressed as Sum of 4 Distinct Unit Fractions in 6 Ways
- 100 using Four 9s
- 12 Knights to Attack or Occupy All Squares on Chessboard
- 123456789 x 8 + 9 = 987654321
- 123456789 x 9 + 10 = 1111111111
- 17 Consecutive Integers each with Common Factor with Product of other 16
- 1782 is 3 Times Sum of all 2-Digit Numbers from its Digits

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- Largest Integer whose Digits taken in Pairs all form Distinct Primes
- Largest n such that 1 to n can be Partitioned for no Element to be Sum of 2 Elements in Same Set
- Largest nth Power which has n Digits
- Largest Product of Pandigital Factors
- Letters of Names of Numbers in Alphabetical Order
- Lightning Calculation by 9-Digit Number

### N

- Non-Palindromes in Base 2 by Reverse-and-Add Process
- Number of Convex Polygons from Complete Set of Hexiamonds
- Number of Ways to Tile Standard Chessboard with Dominoes
- Number whose Square and Cube use all Digits Once
- Numbers equal to Sum of Squares of two Parts
- Numbers that cannot be made Prime by changing 1 Digit
- Numbers which are Sum of Increasing Powers of Digits
- Numbers which Multiplied by 2 are the Reverse of when Added to 2
- Numbers whose Product with Reverse are Equal
- Numbers whose Product with Reverse are Equal/Historical Note
- Numbers whose Squares are Consecutive Odd or Even Integers Juxtaposed
- Numbers whose Squares have Digits which form Consecutive Decreasing Integers
- Numbers whose Squares have Digits which form Consecutive Increasing Integers
- Numbers whose Squares have Digits which form Consecutive Integers

### P

- Palindromes Formed by Multiplying by 55
- Pandigital Square Equation
- Pandigital Sum whose Components are Multiples
- Prime Factors of One More than Power of 10
- Primorials which are Product of Consecutive Integers
- Products of 2-Digit Pairs which Reversed reveal Same Product
- Products of Repdigit Numbers
- Properties of 12,345,679
- Properties of 5,559,060,566,555,523
- Properties of Family of 333,667 and Related Numbers
- Properties of Family of 333,667 and Related Numbers/Product with Certain Repetitive Numbers
- Properties of Family of 333,667 and Related Numbers/Squares

### R

- Ratio of Number to Reversal which is Multiple
- Definition:Recreational Chess
- Rectangle Divided into Differently Shaped Equal Area Subrectangles
- Rectangle Divided into Incomparable Subrectangles
- Repeated Sum of Cubes of Digits of Multiple of 3
- Repunit Integer as Product of Base - 1 by Increasing Digit Integer/General Result

### S

- Sequence of 5 Consecutive Non-Primable Numbers by Changing 1 Digit
- Sequence of Numbers Divisible by Sequence of Primes
- Sequence of Squares Beginning and Ending with n 4s
- Sequence of Sum of Squares of Digits
- Set of 5 Triplets whose Sums and Products are Equal
- Smallest Integer using Three Words in English Description
- Smallest Integer which is Product of 4 Triples all with Same Sum
- Smallest Multiple of 9 with all Digits Even
- Smallest Number which is Multiplied by 99 by Appending 1 to Each End
- Smallest Perfect Square Dissection
- Square of Reversal of Small-Digit Number
- Square of Small-Digit Palindromic Number is Palindromic
- Squares Ending in 5 Occurrences of 2-Digit Pattern
- Squares Ending in n Occurrences of m-Digit Pattern
- Squares Ending in n Occurrences of m-Digit Pattern/Example
- Squares of 23...3
- Squares of 3...34
- Squares of 3...34/Historical Note
- Squares whose Digits can be Separated into 2 other Squares
- Squares whose Digits form Consecutive Decreasing Integers
- Squares whose Digits form Consecutive Increasing Integers
- Squares whose Digits form Consecutive Integers
- Squares with No More than 2 Distinct Digits
- Sum of 3 Unit Fractions that equals 1
- Sum of 4 Unit Fractions that equals 1
- Sum of 5 Unit Fractions that equals 1
- Sum of 6 Unit Fractions that equals 1