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 Perfect Problems Unsolved problems on perfect graphs, a collection for people with at least a basic knowledge of the subject. Contents include: Perfection of special classes of Berge graphs; Recognition of special classes of Berge graphs; Decompositions of perfect graphs; Minimal imperfect graphs, partitionable graphs, and monsters; Parity problems; The P4-structure; Quantitative variations on the Strong Perfect... http://users.encs.concordia.ca/~chvatal/perfect/problems.htm...
 Magic Squares This website focuses on ?magic squares? and their mathematical significance. Magic squares received their name because there are so many relationships between the sums of the numbers filling the squares. Students can use this site to explore what those relationships are, and instructors will find many ideas and teaching tools in this rich resource. Visitors can learn about the history and dev... http://mathforum.org/alejandre/magic.square.html
 Many-dimensional Geometry (The Geometry Junkyard) An extensive annotated list of links to material on many-dimensional geometry. http://www.ics.uci.edu/~eppstein/junkyard/highdim.html
 Combinatorics About 40 "informal notes" by Kevin Brown on combinatorics: Dedekind's problem, cumulative permutation sequences, the factorial number system, Hardy and Ramanujan on partitions, solving magic squares, collecting k complete sets of coupons, and many more. http://www.mathpages.com/home/icombina.htm
 An Introduction to Mathematical Probability A unit that introduces elementary ideas included in probability theory, defining important words and ideas, presenting formulas for solving problems, and discussing permutations, combinations, and compound probability. Applications of the theory to practical problems are demonstrated. Includes practice exercises and a bibliography. http://www.yale.edu/ynhti/curriculum/guides/1987/5/87.05.02....
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