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Joseph Malkevitch
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55 votes

Which one result in mathematics has surprised you the most?

18 votes

Books on classical geometry

13 votes

Resources for a curious beginner mathematician

12 votes

Past open problems with sudden and easy-to-understand solutions

11 votes
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Math story: Ten marriage candidates and 'greatest of all time'

11 votes

Can someone explain the math behind tessellation?

9 votes

Research in plane geometry or euclidean geometry

9 votes

Exceptional books on real world applications of graph theory.

8 votes

Pseudo Proofs that are intuitively reasonable

8 votes

Can you give an example of a complex math problem that is easy to solve?

8 votes

Developing the unit circle in geometries with different metrics: beyond taxi cabs

8 votes

Alternative to Ziegler's "Lectures on Polytopes"

8 votes
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Splitting equilateral triangle into 5 equal parts

7 votes

A good quick introduction to Knot Theory?

7 votes

How to start with mathematics?

7 votes

What is the (mathematical) point of straightedge and compass constructions?

7 votes

Good Book On Combinatorics

7 votes

What are the interesting applications of hyperbolic geometry?

7 votes
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Trivial example of a non-Hamiltonian planar triangulation?

7 votes
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Show that a graph G cannot exist with vertices of the given degree

6 votes
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Reference Books on Cryptography

6 votes

Prerequisites for learning (basic) Graph Theory

6 votes

Where to go after calculus?

6 votes
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Find if one rectangle can fit inside the other

6 votes

Combinatorially equivalent polyhedra?

6 votes

What is the difference between projective geometry and affine geometry?

5 votes

What is a hexagon?

5 votes

Literature on Mathematical Problem Posing

5 votes

Mathematical concepts named after mathematicians that have become acceptable to spell in lowercase form (e.g. abelian)?

5 votes
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Constructing 3-connected graphs

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