Mathemagic is a branch of magic that uses clever disguised techniques to perform seemingly difficult or impossible mathematical or logical feats.
Among the most popular mathemagical effects are:
- Instant arithmetical calculations, such as the ability to carry out complex multiplications or divisions, or to compute the square roots of a freely selected number.
- Day for Any Date - the ability to name the day of the week for any chosen date.
- Instant Magic Squares - e.g., the ability to construct elegant magic square for any named magic sum.
- The Knight's Tour - a classic chess puzzle in which you have to move a Knight so that it visits every square of the chess board exactly once.
You can learn these and other amazing mathemagical techniques by following the links shown below.