Edward Taylor Pegg Jr.  

Born  Denver, Colorado, U.S.  December 7, 1963
Occupation  Mathematician 
Alma mater  University of Colorado at Colorado Springs 
Genre  Mathematical puzzles, Mathematical recreation 
Website  
mathpuzzle 
Edward Taylor Pegg Jr. (born December 7, 1963) is an expert on mathematical puzzles and is a selfdescribed recreational mathematician. He wrote an online puzzle column called Ed Pegg Jr.'s Math Games for the Mathematical Association of America during the years 2003–2007. His puzzles have also been used by Will Shortz on the puzzle segment of NPR's Weekend Edition Sunday.
He received a master's degree in mathematics from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs,^{[1]} writing his thesis on the subject of fair dice.^{[2]} In 2000, he left NORAD to join Wolfram Research, where he collaborated on A New Kind of Science (NKS). In 2004 he started assisting Eric W. Weisstein at Wolfram MathWorld.^{[3]} He has made contributions to several hundred MathWorld articles.^{[4]} He was one of the chief consultants for Numb3rs.
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References
 ^ "Wolfram Summer School 2005 Faculty".
 ^ Pegg, Edward Taylor, Jr. (1994). A complete list of fair dice.
 ^ MathWorld Headline News and About MathWorld. Retrieved on January 31, 2007.
 ^ MathWorld Contributors: Pegg
External links
 MathPuzzle
 Ed Pegg Jr.'s Math Games
 Demonstrations by Ed Pegg Jr.
 The Math Behind Numb3rs
 CBS puzzle
 Ed Pegg Jr.'s entry in the Numericana Hall of Fame