Amazing Math Magic

Amazing Math Magic

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Numbers, cards, coins, and shapes: with these, and a few mathematical principles, you'll turn into a magician! Just gather a few very ordinary, easy-to-find items (paper, pens, a calculator, dice, pennies, scissors), practice your patter a little, step in front of an audience--friends, family, maybe even your teachers at school--and prepare to astound them. Guess the number someone will choose; try some math telepathy; make mobius strips out of paper; and move "from one end to another"--a routine that uses a stack of cards for a very unique effect. Do an "incomplete prediction," a trick that seems as if it's going wrong...until you produce a surprise ending. Every one is easy to master--but no one else has to know that!

Numbers, cards, coins, and shapes; with these, and a few mathematical principles, you’ll turn into a magician. Just gather a few very ordinary, easy-to-find items—and prepare to astound. Try math telepathy, make paper mobius strips, and more. They’re all easy to master—but no one else has to know that! “A good resource for the mathematically inclined.”—Booklist.

Baker & Taylor
Explains a series of magic tricks, including mental magic and illusions using cards, coins, and shapes, that produce their effects through a knowledge of mathematics.

Publisher: New York : Sterling Pub., c2001
ISBN: 9780806960173
Characteristics: 96 p. : ill. ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Sinclair, Jeff


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