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Description: Browse the science and technology news magazine's math articles, where stories have included "Mathematician Cracks The Code for Making Hollywood Blockbusters," "Japanese Super Computer Calculates Pi To The 2.5 Trillionth Decimal Point," "Math, Art, and Origami at MIT," and "If a Train Leaves New York at 5pm ... Will it Teach a Kid Math?" Also search the entire run of the publication, which dates back to 1872.

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