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NMF Weekly: Ask Your Math Friend James

NMF Weekly Puzzle Newsletter
Issues #9-10, November 2020  · globalmathproject.org/nmf-weekly/

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In NMF Weekly Issue #9, Henry asks what James' favorite math puzzle is! James shares a story about growing up in Adelaide, Australia in an old Victorian house with decorated ceilings. When he had trouble sleeping, he'd come up with puzzles to solve based on the pattern of his bedroom ceiling! Can you solve his mathy maze?
In NMF Weekly Issue #10, Mary has discovered a viral video that a grown-up James made about trying to solve the mystery of folding fitted bedsheets properly. Recognizing that kids might not enjoy laundry, James proposes some perplexing paper puzzles, and introduces the Fold and Cut Theorem!
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Direct Links: NMF Weekly Issue #9 (PDF) and Issue #9 Solutions (PDF)
NMF Weekly Issue #10 (PDF) and Issue #10 Solutions (PDF)
The NMF Weekly is written by Dr. James Tanton, and brought to you by The Young People's Project, the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI), the National Math Festival, and the Global Math Project.
Festival Organizers: MSRI · IAS · MoMath
The National Math Festival is a program of the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI), in cooperation with the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) and the National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath).

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