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View Resource Graph Theory with Applications

Written by J.A. Bondy and U.S.R. Murty of the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris, this online 270-page textbook presents graph theory and its applications. The topics covered here include connectivity, independent sets and cliques, and planar and directed graphs. Each chapter has a list of references for further information, and most have exercises. Visitors can find the solution to...

View Resource Computational Biology and Chemistry

This website addresses the research of Bruce Donald's lab at Duke University in the use of Physical Geometric Algorithms (PGA) to better understand computational molecular biology. Researchers can find information on the group's software, funding, research, and downloads to many of the group's papers. There are also links to biochemistry seminars and other outside resources.

View Resource Tangram Game

PBS presents this game in which students are asked to rearrange and rotate a set of geometric shapes to form the image of a rabbit, candle, fox, and others. Tangram "is an ancient game that originated in China" and it teaches students basic geometry and algebra concepts. It is a great beginning activity to get students in the classroom thinking about geometry and can be used as a lead in to...

View Resource Tessellate!

Interactivate, Shodor's "set of free, online courseware for exploration in science and mathematics" presents this activity to teach students the geometry concept of tessellation. The java-based activity allows students to create their own tessellations "by deforming a triangle, rectangle or hexagon to form a polygon that tiles the plane." In the "Learner" tab, users can find basic information...

View Resource Georgia Tech: Four Color Theorem

Presented by Robin Thomas at the Georgia Institute of Technology, this page describes the four color theorem of graph theory. The page gives a history of the four color problem, the reasoning and outline of the proof, as well as configurations, discharging rules, and pointers. The page is also highlighted with graphs and examples to help visitors understand the theorem.

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