Solutions should consist of three things: what you found, the URL where you found it, and how you found that page. (For help with the format of the answer, see the Sample Solution page.)
- What's the TI-92, and what's extra cool about it?
- What's Napoleon's Theorem, and is it the same Napoleon?
- What relatively famous mathematician was born on March 14? What's so funny about the first sentence of this question?
- "The Seven Bridges of Konigsberg" deals with what area of mathematics? Extra: Explain the problem. Extra extra: Name a mathematician who was born there who was in a question in a previous Internet Hunt.
- What's the CHANCE database? Who runs it?
- Find an abacus on the web that works.
- What's Mathematica? Who publishes it?
- What's the four color map problem? Who proved it, and how did they do it?
I don't know if you can find the answer on the web or not, but it might keep some of you Hunt heavyweights busy for a little while!
- What's the Steiner point of a triangle?
- What are your chances of winning at craps? At roulette?
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