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The book presents, for the alternate consternation and satisfaction of the reader, fully 100 intriguing problems based on permutations and combinations, properties of numbers, algebra, geometry, and logic.

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Which planet is usually closet to Pluto? If the answer to this question, problem 85 in Mr. Friedland’s collection, seems obvious, then perhaps you should stop to reflect a bit, for the correct answer may astound you.

The book presents, for the alternate consternation and satisfaction of the reader, fully 100 intriguing problems based on permutations and combinations, properties of numbers, algebra, geometry, and logic.

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