A mathematical game is a multiplayer game whose rules, strategies, and outcomes are defined by clear mathematical parameters. Often, such games have simple rules and match procedures, such as Tic-tac-toe and Dots and Boxes. Generally, mathematical games need not be conceptually intricate to involve deeper computational underpinnings. For example, even though the rules of Mancala are relatively basic, the game can be rigorously analyzed through the lens of combinatorial game theory.
Mathematical games differ sharply from mathematical puzzles in that mathematical puzzles require specific mathematical expertise to complete, whereas mathematical games do not require a deep knowledge of mathematics to play. Often, the arithmetic core of mathematical games is not readily apparent to players untrained to note the statistical or mathematical aspects.
Some mathematical games are of deep interest in the field of recreational mathematics.
When studying a game's core mathematics, arithmetic theory is generally of higher utility than actively playing or observing the game itself. To analyze a game numerically, it is particularly useful to study the rules of the game insofar as they can yield equations or relevant formulas. This is frequently done to determine winning strategies or to distinguish if the game has a solution.
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- Now, 1052 problems are ready to be played.
- Languages : English, Chinese, Japanese, Korean
- 4 Levels of problems, so you can choose proper level for you.
- 1point hint
- Self review is possible.
- You can mark favorite problems in order to solve them again in the future.
How to play :
- Put stones : Just touch where you want to put it on.
- 1point hint : Hint appears on the screen for a second.
- Self review : You can put white and black stone alternately for review.
- Mark Favorite : Touch the star mark on the bottom left of the screen. You can see yellow star marks on the Question list.
(In addition to the problem-solving ways provided, there can be another ways.)