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I am looking for some simple mathe-based game for a birthday party. Google could not help in that case. Does someone know a simple math-partygame?

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i don't know of one but you could chacha it!
party pooper:-)
You really want something that is not obviously math.....

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Hmmm I do not want some kind of "game" where some person thinks of a number and I somehow discover that number through some operations. It really should be a game and not a trick.
@grrr chacha? @estudier Well, by simple I mean not some geek stuff that includes sine, e, integrals or logarithms.
I would try some sort of card game.....
Blackjack.....and play for something sweet.....u can be bank
:D I thought some student must know some kind of math-based game for a small group of people. Something with geometry... Seems to be tough question. Apparently mathematicians donĀ“t play games.

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