## Fooling Java

I wanted to get Java to mix the order of the numbers between -128 and 127. I think there’s no way to do that because the shuffling algorithm would break … Continue reading Fooling Java

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# Tag: tricks

## Fooling Java

## Some more math tricks

## Topological trick in slow motion

## A great number guessing trick

I wanted to get Java to mix the order of the numbers between -128 and 127. I think there’s no way to do that because the shuffling algorithm would break … Continue reading Fooling Java

Sometimes, Simon loves a trick or a puzzle so much he writes it down several times over the course of a couple of days. he also really enjoys teaching this … Continue reading Some more math tricks

Simon (and Neva as his assistant) experimenting with the topology of a paper strip, filming their (almost magical) tricks on a slow motion camera: Inspired by Tadashi Tokieda’s geometry and … Continue reading Topological trick in slow motion

Simon guessing fifth power roots. Simon learned this from an older Simon on the Numberphile channel. Simon also tried to develop his own system for guessing numbers cased on their … Continue reading A great number guessing trick