Contents of Volume 32,

**Journal of Recreational Mathematics**# Number 1

“A General Theorem on No-Touch Tilings of Squares and A
General Theorem on Nowhere-Neat Tilings of Squares,” by Karl Scherer

“Large Pentomino Rectangles with Central Holes(2),” by P. J.
Torbijn and Jean Meeus

“Problem: Small Pentomino Rectangles with Central Holes,” by
P. J. Torbijn and Jean Meeus

“Should Baseball’s Designated Hitters Slim Down?” by Paul M.
Sommers

“Twenty-Two K-Gaps Below 10^31,” by Sol Weintraub

“A Unified Classification System for Magic Hypercubes,” by
Harvey D. Heinz and John R. Hendricks

“Patterns of Patterns: The Mathematics of Juggling,” by
Michael Naylor

“The Nonahexaflexagon,” by T. Bruce McLean and Emily E.
McLean

Book Reviews, edited by Charles Ashbacher

Alphametics and Solutions to 31(1) Alphametics, edited by
Steven Kahan

Solvers List for Alphametics 31(1)

Problems and Conjectures, edited by Lamar Widmer

Solutions to Problems and Conjectures, edited by Lamarr
Widmer

Proposers and Solvers’ List for Problems and Conjectures
31(1)

# Number 2

“Naming the Hexacube Pieces,” by Kate Jones

“Which Rectangular Chessboards Have a Bishop’s Tour?” by
Gabriela R. Sanchis and Nicole Hundley

“Marching Primes: !N x N! + 1,” by Jason Earls

“Random Bowling,” by David K. Neal

“The Quest for ‘756’,” by Michael J. Saraceni, Ryan M.
Cunningham, Lyon Carter, III and Paul M. Sommers

“Another Sum-Free Game,” by Eugene Curtin and Frank Harary

“Tri and Tri Again,” by Steven Kahan

“A New Proof That 1 = 0,” by Jamie Simpson

“Square-Ringed Magic Squares,” by Jeffrey Heleen

“An Introduction to Digit Product Sequences,” by Paul A.
Loomis

Letter From the Editor

Book Reviews, edited by Charles Ashbacher

Alphametics and Solutions to 31(2) Alphametics, edited by
Steven Kahan

Solvers List for Alphametics 31(2)

Problems and Conjectures, edited by Lamar Widmer

Solutions to Problems and Conjectures, edited by Lamarr
Widmer

Proposers and Solvers’ List for Problems and Conjectures
31(2)

# Number 3

“k-Sets of nth Order Magic Squares,” by David Feil and Andrew
Shulman

“Calc Play II (A Musical Revue),” by Bob Mead

“Trig or Treat – Can You Decipher These?” by Bob Mead

“Solutions to Calc Play II and Trig or Treat,” by Bob Mead

“Fibonacci’s Odd Number Array,” by Richard L. Ollerton and
Anthony G. Shannon

“Do Contenders Really Outspend Non-Contenders in Major
League Baseball?” by Richard A. Hightower Jr. and Paul M. Sommers

“Intriguing Properties of Three Related Number Sequences,”
by Thomas Koshy

“Multiple Objective Solutions For Tetris,” by Michael M.
Kostreva and Rebecca Hartman

“Orders of L-Shaped Polyominoes,” by Charles H. Jepsen,
Lowell Vaughn and Daren Brantley

“The After

*math*of Sammy Sosa’s Corked Bat Incident,” by Brian A. Vickery, Nicholas S. Digani, Caitlin J. Toombs and Paul M. Sommers
“Consecutive Successive Values of I in I = x^2 – x + c, c
Odd,” by Robert S. Sery

Book Reviews, edited by Charles Ashbacher

Alphametics and Solutions to 31(3) Alphametics, edited by
Steven Kahan

Solvers List for Alphametics 31(3)

Problems and Conjectures, edited by Lamar Widmer

Solutions to Problems and Conjectures, edited by Lamarr
Widmer

Proposers and Solvers’ List for Problems and Conjectures
31(3)

# Number 4

“The Black and White Bishop Covering Problem,” by Frank
Rubin

“A Variation of Fermat’s Last Theorem,” by Kenneth J. Prevot

“2004,” by Ronald J. Visco

“A Generalized Fibonacci Traingular Array,” by Thomas Koshy

“On Some Numbers on a Whiteboard,” by Horst H. von Brand

“Doubly Palindromic Primes,” by Harvey Dubner

“Finding All Fleenor-Heronian Triangles,” by Vu Dong To

“Is a Ticket to Cooperstown Getting Any Cheaper,” by Richard
B. Barfuss, Robert C. Howard and Paul M. Sommers

“Euler-Type Equations and Their ‘Clones’,” by Robert S. Sery

Book Reviews, edited
by Charles Ashbacher

Alphametics and Solutions to 31(4) Alphametics, edited by
Steven Kahan

Solvers List for Alphametics 31(4)

Problems and Conjectures, edited by Lamar Widmer

Solutions to Problems and Conjectures, edited by Lamarr
Widmer

Proposers and Solvers’ List for Problems and Conjectures
31(4)

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