Mathematician:David Breyer Singmaster
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American mathematician best known for his work in the field of recreational mathematics, in particular Rubik's cube.
- Born: 1939, USA
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- 1964: On Round Pegs in Square Holes and Square Pegs in Round Holes (Math. Mag. Vol. 37: pp. 335 – 337) www.jstor.org/stable/2689251
- 1971: How Often Does an Integer Occur as a Binomial Coefficient? (Amer. Math. Monthly Vol. 78: pp. 385 – 386) www.jstor.org/stable/2316907
- 1981: Notes on Rubik's Magic Cube
- Mar. 1992: Problems to Sharpen the Young (Math. Gazette Vol. 76, no. 475: pp. 102 – 126) (with John Hadley/2) www.jstor.org/stable/3620384