# Tag: MathsJamAntwerp

## MathsJam Antwerp 18 December 2019

Simon had a wonderful time at MathsJam Antwerp again. One of the problems was something he was already familiar with – the puzzle about hanging a painting using two pegs … Continue reading MathsJam Antwerp 18 December 2019

## MathsJam Antwerp 20 November 2019. A Blast and a Responsibility.

Today, Simon returned to a problem he first encountered at a MathsJam in summer: “Pick random numbers between 0 and 1, until the sum exceeds 1. What is the expected … Continue reading MathsJam Antwerp 20 November 2019. A Blast and a Responsibility.

## Trinagular birthday probabilities

“What is the chance that two people in a group of, say, 30 people would have their birthday on the same day?” I asked Simon as we were sitting on … Continue reading Trinagular birthday probabilities

## MathsJam Antwerp 20 May 2019

Simon has been asked to help compiling the program for the next MathsJam!

## Vladimir Krasnoukhov at MathsJam Antwerp!

When we arrived at the MathsJam last Tuesday, we heard a couple of people speak Russian. One of them turned out to be a well known Russian puzzle inventor Vladimir … Continue reading Vladimir Krasnoukhov at MathsJam Antwerp!

## MathsJam 19 March 2019

What a monstrous logic problem, this was just too much to crack.

## MathsJam Antwerp 20 November 2018

Always awesome input and a great deal of understanding coming from the math professors. The last picture is of Simon programming the solution on paper (he didn’t have the laptop … Continue reading MathsJam Antwerp 20 November 2018