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I am a mathematician interested in geometry, combinatorics, mathematical modeling, and mathematics education.

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comment Elementary problem about triangles inside a convex polygon
Have other variants of this type of problem been studied where instead of attaching a triangle to each side of the polygon one attaches some other shape?
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comment Periods of Continued Fractions
Ideas in this paper might be of use: math.princeton.edu/mathlab/jr02fall/Periodicity/periodmain.htm
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answered Probability of random permutation having certain cycles
Jul
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answered What is the first interesting theorem in (insert subject here)?
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comment Cycles of length 1(mod 3) in regular graphs
Gjergij: Yes, that is correct. While not noted above there is quite a large literature about the existence (or lack of existence) of cycles in graphs, in particular mod m. Perhaps things are easier in the case that interests you for planar graphs.
Jul
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answered Cycles of length 1(mod 3) in regular graphs
Jul
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answered Planar sets where any line through the center of mass divides the set into two regions of equal area.
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comment What are some mathematical sculptures?
Comments about and samples of George Hart's fascinating work can be found here: richbugger.wordpress.com/2009/12/04/…
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answered Examples of self-centered graphs (with large radius)
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answered Algorithms for maximum weighted spanning (connected) dag (directed acyclic graph)