# The Mathematical Intelligencer
2016 - 2020
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**Volume 42, issue 1, 2020**
- Computer Geometry: Rep-Tiles with a Hole pp. 1-5
*Christoph Bandt* and *Dmitry Mekhontsev*
- Can the Elliptic Billiard Still Surprise Us? pp. 6-17
*Dan Reznik*, *Ronaldo Garcia* and *Jair Koiller*
- Rectification of Circular Arcs by Linkages pp. 18-23
*Robert Dawson* and *Pietro Milici*
- Mathematical Sightings at the Museum of Tomorrow pp. 24-28
*Ma. Louise Antonette De Las Peñas*
- The Day I Receive My Ph.D pp. 29-29
*Arkaye Kierulf*
- Digital Images Unveil Geometric Structures in Pairs of Relatively Prime Numbers pp. 30-35
*Benjamín A. Itzá-Ortiz*, *Roberto López-Hernández* and *Pedro Miramontes*
- A Flowering of Mathematical Art pp. 36-40
*Jim Henle* and *Craig Kasper*
- Remembering e pp. 41-41
*Robert J. MacG. Dawson*
- Odd Perfect Numbers: A Triptych pp. 42-46
*William Dunham*
- Prime Suspect pp. 47-48
*Colin Adams*
- More on Croatian and Zagreb Mathematics pp. 49-54
*Darko Veljan*
- Covering a Triangular Number with Pentagonal Numbers pp. 55-55
*Günhan Caglayan*
- “Actual Accomplishments in This World”: The Other Students of Charlotte Angas Scott pp. 56-65
*Jemma Lorenat*
- The Role of History in the Study of Mathematics pp. 66-69
*Harold M. Edwards*
- The Scottish Book. Mathematics from the Scottish Café, with Selected Problems from the New Scottish Book, second edition Edited by R. Daniel Mauldin pp. 71-74
*Serge Tabachnikov*
- Giovanni Battista Guccia: Pioneer of International Cooperation in Mathematics by Benedetto Bongiorno and Guillermo P. Curbera pp. 75-81
*Rossana Tazzioli*
- The Perfect Bet by Adam Kucharski pp. 82-83
*Marco Alberto Javarone*
- Mathematical Understanding of Nature: Essays on Physical Phenomena and Their Understanding by Mathematicians by V. I. Arnold, translated by Alexei Sossinsky and Olga Sipacheva pp. 84-86
*Mark Levi*
- Mathematical Constants, Mathematical Constants II pp. 87-88
*Osmo Pekonen*
- Restaurant Review pp. 89-89
*Jane P. Sheldon*
- The Early 20th Century pp. 90-90
*Robin Wilson*
**Volume 41, issue 4, 2019**
- Counting Parallel Segments: New Variants of Pick’s Area Theorem pp. 1-7
*Alexander Belyaev* and *Pierre-Alain Fayolle*
- Cooking with Mathematicians pp. 8-9
*Demian Nahuel Goos Bosco*
- On Generalizing a Corollary of Fermat’s Little Theorem pp. 10-12
*Gove Effinger*
- Popov, Berg, Sokolov: A Street with Three Plaques pp. 13-15
*Bismark Singh*
- The Blind Locksmith pp. 16-16
*Terry Trowbridge*
- Ruler and Compass Constructions of the Equilateral Triangle and Pentagon in the Lemniscate Curve pp. 17-21
*M. A. Gómez-Molleda* and *Joan-C. Lario*
- Numeralogy pp. 22-27
*Jim Henle*
- N of 1 pp. 28-28
*Michael J. Leach*
- A Relationship between the Tractrix and Logarithmic Curves with Mechanical Applications pp. 29-34
*Davide Crippa* and *Pietro Milici*
- GUI pp. 35-36
*Colin Adams*
- In Search of Shadows: The First Topological Conference, Moscow 1935 pp. 37-42
*Darya E. Apushkinskaya*, *Alexander I. Nazarov* and *Galina I. Sinkevich*
- I Had to Call In a Mathematician pp. 43-43
*Erik Talvila*
- Contraband Mathematics: A Documentary Review of the Resources Available to George Green at the Nottingham Subscription Library 1823–1828 pp. 44-55
*Rachel Harding* and *Michael Harding*
- Kasner Meets Poncelet pp. 56-59
*Serge Tabachnikov*
- Vertical pp. 60-60
*Lawrence M. Lesser*
- Thomas Harriot: A Life in Science by Robyn Arianrhod pp. 62-65
*Joseph Mazur*
- Mathematics + Art: A Cultural History by Lynn Gamwell pp. 66-68
*Pedro Freitas* and *Simão Palmeirim*
- Harmonies of Disorder—Norbert Wiener: A Mathematician–Philosopher of Our Time by Leone Montagnini pp. 69-70
*Eisso J. Atzema*
- How to Fall Slower Than Gravity by Paul J. Nahin pp. 71-72
*Andrew Simoson*
- The Life and Works of John Napier by Brian Rice, Enrique González-Velasco, and Alexander Corrigan (eds.) pp. 73-74
*Osmo Pekonen*
- Indivisible pp. 75-75
*Adam Simon Levine*
- Quantum theory pp. 76-76
*Robin Wilson*
**Volume 41, issue 3, 2019**
- Phase Portraits of Hyperbolic Geometry pp. 1-9
*Scott B. Lindstrom* and *Paul Vrbik*
- Doing Math in Jest: Reflections on Useless Math, the Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics, and the Ethical Obligations of Mathematicians pp. 10-13
*Gizem Karaali*
- The Basel Problem: A Physicist’s Solution pp. 14-18
*Zurab K. Silagadze*
- My Undercover Mission to Find Cairo Tilings pp. 19-22
*Frank Morgan*
- The Euclidean Domain pp. 23-23
*David Kramer*
- A Straightforward Proof of Descartes’s Circle Theorem pp. 24-27
*Paul Levrie*
- A Mathematical Art pp. 28-32
*Jim Henle*
- Are Induction and Well-Ordering Equivalent? pp. 33-40
*Lars–Daniel Öhman*
- Cylindra Ella pp. 41-43
*Colin Adams*
- Mihailo Petrović Alas: Mathematician and Master Fisherman pp. 44-50
*Vesna Todorčević* and *Marija Šegan-Radonjić*
- The Bread Crumbs of Proof pp. 51-51
*Gizem Karaali*
- A Refugee Scholar from Nazi Germany: Emmy Noether and Bryn Mawr College pp. 52-65
*Qinna Shen*
- Too Many Hats pp. 66-71
*Rob Pratt*, *Stan Wagon*, *Michael Wiener* and *Piotr Zieliński*
- Modeling a Hypothetical Zombie Outbreak Can Save Us from Real-World Monsters pp. 72-79
*João Paulo A. Mendonça*, *Leonardo M. V. Teixeira*, *Fernando Sato* and *Lohan R. N. Ferreira*
- Humanizing Mathematics and Its Philosophy: Essays Celebrating the 90th Birthday of Reuben HershEdited by Bharath Sriraman pp. 80-81
*John J. Watkins*
- Measured Words: Computation and Writing in Renaissance Italy by Arielle Saiber pp. 82-86
*Raffaele Pisano*
- Weird Math: A Teenage Genius & His Teacher Reveal the Strange Connections Between Math & Everyday Life by David Darling and Agnijo Banerjee pp. 87-88
*Christopher S. Brownell*
- Imagine Math 6: Between Culture and Mathematicsedited by Michele Emmer and Marco Abate pp. 89-90
*Andrew J. Simoson*
- Women in Mathematics: Celebrating the Centennial of the Mathematical Association of America by Janet L. Beery, Sarah J. Greenwald, Jacqueline A. Jensen-Vallin, and Maura B. Mast (eds.) pp. 91-92
*Mary W. Gray*
- Before Voltaire: The French Origins of “Newtonian” Mechanics 1680–1715 by J. B. Shank pp. 93-96
*Tony Crilly*
- Non-Centrifugal Mathematics pp. 97-97
*Lee Goldstein*
- The Nature of Light pp. 98-98
*Robin Wilson* and *Dr Keith Hannabuss*
**Volume 41, issue 2, 2019**
- An Experimental Mathematics Approach to the Area Statistic of Parking Functions pp. 1-8
*Yukun Yao* and *Doron Zeilberger*
- The Gömböc Pill pp. 9-11
*Gábor Domokos*
- The Intrigues and Delights of Kleinian and Quasi-Fuchsian Limit Sets pp. 12-19
*Chris King*
- Cold and Austere Beauty in Harbin, China pp. 20-26
*Dirk Huylebrouck*
- One Bad Formula Can Spoil Everything: A Simple Adjustment That Would Improve the UN’s Gender Inequality Index pp. 27-34
*Max McDonald* and *Neal Koblitz*
- Mad Math pp. 35-41
*Jim Henle*
- Probability and Kinetic Theory: A Tale of Two Disciplines pp. 42-56
*Prakash Gorroochurn*
- Do Androids Dream of Symmetric Sheaves? pp. 57-59
*Colin Adams*
- Yet Another Visual Proof that $$\pi ^{e} pp. 60-60
*Ananda Mukherjee* and *Bikash Chakraborty*
- What Is Schur Positivity and How Common Is It? pp. 61-64
*Rebecca Patrias*
- On Emmy Noether’s Role in the Relativity Revolution pp. 65-72
*David E. Rowe*
- There Is a $$3\times 3$$ 3 × 3 Magic Square of Squares on the Moon—A Lot of Them, Actually pp. 73-76
*Christian Woll*
- Annals of Dendrology pp. 77-77
*Will Kazez*
- The Universal Computer: The Road from Leibniz to Turing by Martin Davis pp. 78-79
*Roman Kossak*
- The Man Who Counted by Malba Tahan pp. 80-81
*David Fernández*
- Simplicity: Ideals of Practice in Mathematics and the Arts by Roman Kossak & Philip Ording (eds.) pp. 82-84
*Michael Harris*
- A Dingo Ate My Math Book: Mathematics from Down Under by Burkard Polster and Marty Ross pp. 85-86
*Tushar Das*
- Arithmetic by Paul Lockhart pp. 87-87
*Pamela Gorkin*
- A Villanelle on the Infinitesimal pp. 88-88
*Michael J. Leach*
- Correction to: Baseball Retrograde Analysis pp. 89-89
*Jerry Butters* and *Jim Henle*
**Volume 41, issue 1, 2019**
- A Simple Rederivation of Onsager’s Solution of the 2D Ising Model Using Experimental Mathematics pp. 1-6
*Manuel Kauers* and *Doron Zeilberger*
- Pushing a Rectangle down a Path pp. 7-10
*Richard Evan Schwartz*
- On Taking Square Roots pp. 11-15
*Daniel W. Stroock*
- Combinatorics Comes to the Rescue: h-Vectors in Commutative Algebra pp. 16-21
*A. Y. M. Chin*, *M. R. Pournaki*, *S. A. Seyed Fakhari* and *S. Yassemi*
- The Consistency of Arithmetic pp. 22-30
*Timothy Y. Chow*
- Enigmatic Geometric Tattoos of the Butbut of Kalinga, Philippines pp. 31-38
*Ma. Louise Antonette N. Las Peñas* and *Analyn Salvador-Amores*
- The Modern Prometheus pp. 39-41
*Colin Adams*
- Is It Disgraceful to Present a Book of Mathematics to a Queen? pp. 42-50
*Amirouche Moktefi*
- What Was Lejeune Dirichlet Like? pp. 51-55
*Robin Wilson*
- A Visual Proof that $$\pi ^{e} pp. 56-56
*Bikash Chakraborty*
- Approaching the History of Mathematics via the Performing Arts: Kepler: A “Renaissance Folk Play” in Verse pp. 57-66
*Susan Gerofsky*
- The Universal Aesthetics of Mathematics pp. 67-70
*Samuel G. B. Johnson* and *Stefan Steinerberger*
- Mathematical Treasures from Sid Sackson pp. 71-77
*Jim Henle*
- Elegy pp. 78-78
*Ruoshi Sun*
- Ode to Numbers by Sarah Glaz pp. 79-80
*Emily Grosholz*
- Reverse Mathematics: Proofs from the Inside Out by John Stillwell pp. 81-82
*Roman Kossak*
- Fourier Analysis and Hausdorff Dimension by Pertti Mattila pp. 83-86
*Alex Iosevich*
- All Sides to an Oval: Properties, Parameters, and Borromini’s Mysterious Construction By Angelo Alessandro Mazzotti pp. 87-89
*Roberta Spallone* and *Marco Vitali*
- Markov Chains and Mixing Times (Second Edition) by David A. Levin and Yuval Peres pp. 90-91
*David Aldous*
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