#### „Restricted Choice“ in Bridge

The principle of „restricted choice“ in the card game Bridge made it to Wikipedia. The article is somewhat mysterious, however, and obscures what is really happening. I never infer with…

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#### „Restricted Choice“ in Bridge

#### Problems with Infinity

#### EMT – Simulation of the Two Child Problem

#### Problem mit Zahlen

#### Gödel’s Mysterious Incompleteness Theorem

#### High School Students proved Pythagoras

#### Suggestions on Math Education

#### Die indische Elite-Auslese

The principle of „restricted choice“ in the card game Bridge made it to Wikipedia. The article is somewhat mysterious, however, and obscures what is really happening. I never infer with…

Another old blog entry, again about the foundations of math. I recently came across one of the many videos on Youtube dealing with the problem of infinity. At the end…

The two-child problem is a problem in probability theory with a solution that seems paradox on first sight. I wrote about that problem before. Let me repeat the explanation and…

Wenn sogar das Bundesministerium für Gesundheit das nicht kann …

In my book, Gödel’s incompleteness theorem is one of the greatest achievements of human thinking. It crashed into mathematics like a hammer when it was published. It destroyed the firm…

Recently, some YouTube videos came up in my inbox that refer to an article in the Scientific American. It seems, I cannot read this article without a subscription. But there…

The following text is from my old math blog. I try to preserve some of this content in the new blog. Here is an interesting article in the Scientific American…

Dieser Beitrag ist inspiriert von einem Video von Prof. Bernhard Krötz, in dem er den Niedergang der deutschen Mathematikerziehung und Schulbildung beklagt und der indischen Eliteauslese gegenüberstellt. Ich weiß nicht,…