Alice through Looking Glass after Looking Glass: The Mathematics of Mirrors and Kaleidoscopes

  • Roe Goodman
  • Published 2004 in The American Mathematical Monthly


Let us imagine that Lewis Carroll stopped condensing determinants long enough to write a third Alice book called Alice Through Looking Glass After Looking Glass. The book opens with Alice in her chamber in front of several looking glasses. She enters one of them and discovers that she is in a new virtual chamber that looks almost like her own. On closer… (More)
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