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I'm looking for a book, webpage or similar resource with a lot of exercises about induction and combinatorics at basic level.

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I seem to recall a slim volume translated from Russian consisting of a large number of exercises on mathematical induction. I don't remember what it was called. Does anyone? – Michael Hardy Oct 15 '11 at 15:50

A path to combinatorics for undergraduates, by Titu Andreescu and Zuming Feng.

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Dr. Trotter is kind enough to provide freely his textbook at his website. It is focused towards early combinatorics and the third chapter is devoted towards induction. I think it's a great read.

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You can have a look at the counting problems in alcumus:

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There are the assignments of the Art of Counting course in MIT: They are pretty good

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