Join us at our first Math Circles event of the year!
Who: Ben Cameron
When: September 16, 2015, 5:30-7:30pm
Where: Chase Building Room 117, Dalhousie University
What: Shake Hands with Graph Theory!
The basics of graph theory will be reviewed, just enough to present the famous Handshaking Lemma. This is a very basic result in graph theory but can be used to prove some interesting statements. We will also spend some time trying to reduce ties in one famous tie-breaking game, again by using only the basics of graph theory. If time permits, we will also play play a game called Hex and discuss how the Handshaking Lemma is related.
If you are planning to attend, please RSVP to mathcircles @ dal.ca so that we know how much pizza to order!
THANK YOU EASTLINK FOR A HALF MILLION DOLLAR DONATION!!!
On June 17th, 2014 we announced a partnership with Eastlink!
They are donating $500,000 to NS Math Circles over the next 5 years!
We will now be able to further expand our outreach into junior high schools and begin outreach in the elementary schools!!
Thank You to Lee Bragg and Eastlink for this generous donation!!
Click here for the article in Dal News on the event!
Photo Credit: Danny Abriel
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