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A proof that Sperner's Lemma implies KKM?

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A question about expectation of chromatic number

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Lower bound on $(1-x)^r$?

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Lower bound on weighted clique covering number?

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Isomorphisms in rotation

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A question about generating function related to weakly decreasing function

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Minimum expected value

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Relation between independence number and maximum order of induced tree?

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At most how many common arithmetic progressions passing through 2 numbers in $\mathbb{Z}_p$?

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For $0\le m\le M$, let $p$ satisfy $\left(1-\frac1M\right)^m(1-p)=\frac1e-\frac1M$. Why is it that $p=O\left(\frac{M-m}{M}\right)$?

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How to bound $\sum_{i=2}^{i_0}e^{2i}/i^2$?

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Is an integral basis for $\mathbb{R}^n$ a basis for $\mathbb{Q}^n$?

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Confusing combinatorial book problem

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Showing properties of unit tangents

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Relation between minimum degrees of hypergraphs

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The probability of a vector in the random linear code?

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fractional coloring of a matroid

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Proving that there is at least one person, both of whose neighbors are girls.

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$n$ is a integer larger than 1. When picking $n+1$ numbers from the set ${1, 2, \dots, 2n-1}$, you will find a pair whose sum equals $2n$

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Expected number of $k$-patterns in a uniformly random $n$-permutation

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Prove that all positive integer has a unique representation of the form $2^a.b$ , where $a$ is a non-negative, $b$ is odd.

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the vertex covers in a bipartite graph

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Perfect matching in a bipartite graph avoid increasing perfect matchings?