### Brain Teasers Central

http://www.brainteasercentral.com/This is the type of site you will like if you really enjoy brain teasers. It has everything from math problems to different types of logic questions.

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This is the type of site you will like if you really enjoy brain teasers. It has everything from math problems to different types of logic questions.

The blogger is a Senior Writer for American Scientist magazine and offers bold and intelligent insight into both math and computers in this blog spot.

God Plays Dice is a different breed of math blog. It offers truly interesting stories with a math slant to them, on such topics as drinking, textbooks, no-hitters in baseball, and much more.

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Tanya's blog spot offers musings on math, her life as a mathematician, and the applications of math in our world.

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Annoying Precision offers insight into high level mathematical equations and solutions for the reader.

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The blogger is a mathematician working in the field of Combinatorics. If you understand what that actually means, then this blog spot is for you.

The Mathematical Association of America offers a second site in which they post different every working day and then give readers properties of that number.

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Billed as a crazy guy who likes to write about math, blogger Brent Yorgey lives up to his billing. It's a unique and interesting site that offers mathematicians and laypeople alike a great blog to seek out.

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