Eureka 52 (March 1993)

Article titleAuthorsPages
Front matterMichael T. Greenefront cover-2
AcknowledgementsMichael T. Greene2
EditorialMichael T. Greene3
Mathematical VerseDilip Sequeira and Dilip Sequeira and Michael Fryers3
The ArchimedeansVin de Silva4
Strictly Rectangular RepresentationsColin Bell5-13
A Logical PuzzleAnton Cox14
The Gromov Distance or Isometry up to \epsilonRoger Hendrickx15-22
Problems Drive 1992Vin de Silva and Oliver Riordan23-27
Let's Draw the IntegersThe Faculty28-29
FlexagonsVin de Silva30-44
An Infinite Grammatical SolecismJohn Beasley and Mark Wainwright45
Crux NumerorumAmpenditus45
Complex BasesAdam Chalcraft46-52
Book ReviewsAnton Cox and Vin de Silva and Daniel Denman53-54
Solutions to Problems DriveVin de Silva and Oliver Riordan55-56
The CoverMichael Greene and Richard Tuckerinside back cover

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EUREKA

Number 52Editor: Michael GreeneMarch 1993

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Acknowledgements2
Editorial3
Mathematical Verse3
The ArchimedeansVin de Silva4
Strictly Rectangular RepresentationsColin Bell5
A Logical PuzzleAnton Cox14
The Gromov Distance or Isometry up to \epsilonRoger Hendrickx15
Problems Drive 1992Vin de Silva and Oliver Riordan23
Let’s Draw the IntegersThe Faculty28
FlexagonsVin de Silva30
An Infinite Grammatical SolecismJohn Beasley and Mark Wainwright45
Crux NumerorumAmpenditus45
Complex BasesAdam Chalcraft46
Book ReviewsAnton Cox, Vin de Silva, Daniel Denman53
Solutions to Problems Drive55
The CoverMichael Greene and Richard TuckerInside Back Cover

Copyright © The Archimedeans 1993    ISSN 0071-2248

Committee of the Archimedeans, 1992–1993

PresidentVin de SilvaTrinity
Vice-PresidentDavid JonesTrinity
SecretaryAnton CoxClare
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RegistrarGareth ReesChrist’s
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