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NMF Weekly: Ask Your Math Friend James

NMF Weekly Puzzle Newsletter
Issues #16 & #17, February 2021  ·

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NMF Weekly Issue 16
In NMF Weekly Issue #16, Gaurav asks James if a circle should be considered a polygon with an infinite number of sides. Join James to unpack what it all means, plus some examples of the geometric games you can explore when you play with polygons!
NMF Weekly Issue 17
In NMF Weekly Issue #17, Ollie asks James if he can do something with math and mazes. James is ready with his favorite way of making mazes when he was a kid, along with a mathematician's strategy for solving puzzles with a possibly known answer, and more!
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