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Canadian-American economist, the author of multiple books on number theory, geometry, and computational mathematics.
Also known for his snow sculptures.
- Born: 1951 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
- 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: 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)
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Known informally as Stan.