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I will collect several mathematical wits here. Some pedantic people must humph these, since these are not modern mathematics. If you love longing old mathematics, you must enjoy my collections.

I named the collection *mathemusement*. What an easy
naming! It's surely standing for mathematical amusement.
If you have better idea for the naming, please let me know.
Mathemusement has the following features.

- It contains nontrivial part or new things no matter how small.
- Its description is ambiguous in some sense for the purpose of putting a potentiality of the expansion.
- The criterion for the value is whether or not it's interesting.
- It should be disliked by nitpicking poor (oops! it's misspelling of the word "pure";-)) mathematicians.
- It should be disliked by the people who want (require) a relation to existing problems. (Do not misunderstand that sentence. Report on such relations or problems are surely welcomed.)
- It sometimes contains new techniques or new formulae transformations.
- It prefers examples to explanations.
- Since it does know making examples is the fairly creative and hard work, does not require the examples with so easygoing manner. It honors such creative examples unstintingly.
- It is NOT mathematics.

F. Poyo, c/o Y. Tamori (my keeper)

Please let me hear you by e-mailing to (yoshi.tamori@gmail.com)