Everyone needs a function or an equation that they can call their own. Some of these came about from challenges given by teachers and such. Others are a natural cosequence of having that free time normally available in abundance to compulsive slackers such as myself (time that normally would be spent doing homework or otherwise making some sort of positive contribution to the world) . Some are stupid and some have probably been thought of before, but here for the sake of posterity are various things worked out by myself (except where noted) over the years.

- Number Puzzles for the insane and masochistic
- How to trisect (and k-sect) an angle using a compass and a straightedge.
- Judd's Observation
- The GASUC
- Judd's Equation Reduction -- guaranteed to work on any equation.
- Judd's Iterative Prime Formula -- for generating prime numbers.
- Proof of 1=infinity
- Proof of 0=1
- Some fast algorithms for drawing lines, circles, and 3D graphics (on a Commodore 64 no less)
- CU Math Challenges, including links to other topics in recreational mathematics

Stephen Judd

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