# Mathematical Puzzles: And Other Brain Twisters by Anthony S Filipiak

By Anthony S Filipiak

A hundred puzzles, the best way to make and the way to unravel them. Mechanical puzzles of every kind, in general mathematical or geometrical kind, with step by step directions for making and fixing.

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Write down the things you wish you could do if you weren’t busy. This way, when you find yourself in a position when you do have a lot of free time, you won’t just be wasting it by being bored. Instead, you already have a vast number of things you previously wanted to accomplish. This is great for achieving those small goals and increasing your productivity during your downtime. After I started doing this myself, I began to realize just how much of my free time I was wasting by being mindlessly bored.

Five years ago, just the concept of a paper of that length would lead me to suicidal thoughts (not really, but it was my personal hell), but now, eight pages is nothing to even begin worrying about. Here is how you break it down: eight pages is roughly 16 paragraphs. Two of those paragraphs are your introduction and summary. The other 14 are your body paragraphs. Research 14 ideas to support your thesis, and your paper is DONE. All you have to do now is write it. It is as simple as that. Outlines are lifesavers.

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