An integration bee sounds challenging, Zhylliolom. I don't do much integrating these days. If I don't have the integral memorized, I use my trusty calculator.

]]>Needs more work, and the advanced puzzle engine is very slow (because it has to solve 100s of times before it creates a puzzle), but you do get lots of puzzles.

]]>I have some huge integrated sudoku puzzles which I still need to solve, they take like more than a day to solve each

I've never heard of Addoku though, I will most definitely check it out.

http://www.addoku.net/ - Basic guide to Addoku puzzles. When I get the time, I might make a few of my own for people to solve.

]]>Sudoku. . . Is Sudoku math-related though?

If we're talking math-related though, I guess Addoku puzzles (a popular, traditional Sudoku puzzle variant).

I think Sudoku is math related. Math is logic in it's purest form, right?

I've never tried any variants of Sudoku.

]]>If we're talking math-related though, I guess Addoku puzzles (a popular, traditional Sudoku puzzle variant).

]]>In a typical game, I use Trigonometry and the Pythagorean theory several times each, and constantly draw upon what I know about rotational Physics. Math even helps me to understand the best place to grip my cue on any given shot.

I can't actually think of any aspect of the game that cannot be learned more easily with an understanding of Mathematics and Physics, with the *possible* exception of the concentration necessary to make many consecutive shots.

I believe that a billiard table is quite possibly the most perfect piece of Math and Physics lab equipment. It offers the opportunity to teach many, many concepts from basic counting to Differential Equations all while allowing students to feel like they are having fun instead of doing school work. One of my goals for the future is to make these lessons more accessible for both students, and non-playing teachers, as well as to help increase accessibility to pool tables in schools.

What Math(s) related games do you like?

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