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March 1996

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.)

  1. What's the TI-92, and what's extra cool about it?

  2. What's Napoleon's Theorem, and is it the same Napoleon?

  3. What relatively famous mathematician was born on March 14? What's so funny about the first sentence of this question?

  4. "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.

  5. What's the CHANCE database? Who runs it?

  6. Find an abacus on the web that works.

  7. What's Mathematica? Who publishes it?

  8. What's the four color map problem? Who proved it, and how did they do it?

Bonus Questions

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!

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