### Math Riddles in Education: Five Reasons to Use Them

Educators continuously look for new techniques to keep pupils interested and engaged during lessons. Math riddles are a great way to do this!

Educators continuously look for new techniques to keep pupils interested and engaged during lessons. Math riddles are a great way to do this!

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In 1931, a 25-year-old Kurt Gödel wrote a proof that turned mathematics upside down. His proof so elegant and funny.

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Scientists built a math model that simulated the launch of a bomb from a virtual volcano and replicated the changing pressures.

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How one professor, Federico Ardila-Mantilla changed the culture of mathematics for his students? This is a nice math writing!

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The size of certain infinite sets has been a mystery. But how can an infinity be bigger than another infinity mathematically?

On November 26, 1949, Einstein published his first proof as an essay which he described two pivotal moments in his childhood.

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This article is a simplified, informal rundown of how Gödel proved his theorems. Get ready to feel your brain.

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In early 1970, just a couple of months after Julia Robinson' 50th birthday, Robinson’s wish came true by Yuri Matiyasevich.

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Creating a faithful online reproduction of a book considered one of the most beautiful publications ever published is a daunting task.

Alice in Wonderland got its start as a simple story, told by a mathematics professor to a colleague's daughter.

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