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I am a mathematician interested in geometry, combinatorics, mathematical modeling, and mathematics education.
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Aug 8 |
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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? |
Aug 6 |
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Periods of Continued Fractions
Ideas in this paper might be of use: math.princeton.edu/mathlab/jr02fall/Periodicity/periodmain.htm |
Jul 24 |
answered | Probability of random permutation having certain cycles |
Jul 23 |
answered | What is the first interesting theorem in (insert subject here)? |
Jul 22 |
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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 22 |
answered | Cycles of length 1(mod 3) in regular graphs |
Jul 21 |
answered | Planar sets where any line through the center of mass divides the set into two regions of equal area. |
Jul 20 |
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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/… |
Jul 18 |
answered | Examples of self-centered graphs (with large radius) |