There's more than one way to define a paradox, and this intriguing
book offers examples of every kind. Stanley J. Farlow, a prominent
educator and author, presents a captivating mix of mathematical
paradoxes: the kind with surprising, nonintuitive outcomes; the
variety that rely on mathematical sleight-of-hand to impress the
unwary observer; and the baffling type with a solution that passes
Students and puzzle enthusiasts will find... more...