# Mathematician:Stanley Wagon

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## Mathematician

Canadian-American economist, the author of multiple books on number theory, geometry, and computational mathematics.

Also known for his snow sculptures.

## Nationality

Canadian-American

## History

- Born: 1951 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

## Publications

- 1985:
*The Banach-Tarski Paradox* - 1991:
*Old and New Unsolved Problems in Plane Geometry and Number Theory*(with Victor Klee) - 1991
*Mathematica® in Action: Problem Solving Through Visualization and Computation*(2nd ed. 1999; 3rd ed. 2010)

- Oct. 1995:
*Quintuples with Square Triplets*(*Math. Comp.***Vol. 64**,*no. 212*: pp. 1755 – 1756) www.jstor.org/stable/2153384

- 1996:
*Animating Calculus*(with E. Packel) - 1996:
*Which Way Did the Bicycle Go?*(with J.D.E. Konhauser and D. Velleman) - 1997:
*VisualDSolve: Visualizing Differential Equations with Mathematica*(with Dan Schwalbe) (2nd ed. with Dan Schwalbe and Antonin Slavik 2009) - 2000:
*A Course in Computational Number Theory*(with David Bressoud) - 2001:
*The Mathematical Explorer* - 2004:
*The SIAM 100-Digit Challenge: A Study in High-Accuracy Numerical Computing*(with Laurie, Bornemann, and Waldvogel)

## Also known as

Known informally as **Stan**.