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- Gerald L. Alexanderson
- The American Mathematical Monthly
- 2012

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- Gerald L. Alexanderson, John E. Wetzel
- Discrete Mathematics
- 1981

- V E Hogg Att, G L Alexanderson, bullet
- 2010

In the expansion (k-Dn (1+x+x 2 + .~ + x k-1 f = Y* [ / " ] * ' k>2, n> 0, 1=0 clearly For Ar = 2, these are the binomial coefficients and when dealing with these we shall use the usual notation: The problem of calculating sums of the following type for k = 2 was first treated by Cournot [2] and Ramus [5] and Ramus' method is outlined in [ 4 ] : N j=0 k… (More)

Graph theory almost certainly began when, in 1735, Leonhard Euler solved a popular puzzle about bridges. The East Prussian city of Königsberg (now Kalin-ingrad) occupies both banks of the River Pregel and an island, Kneiphof, which lies in the river at a point where it branches into two parts. There were seven bridges that spanned the various sections of… (More)

- Leonard F. Klosinski, Gerald L. Alexanderson, Loren C. Larson
- The American Mathematical Monthly
- 2000

- Leonard F. Klosinski, Gerald L. Alexanderson, Loren C. Larson
- The American Mathematical Monthly
- 2003

Gauss, in his work on quadratic reciprocity, defined in [1] an analogue to the binomial coefficients: n r i (x 1 1-D C x "-1-!) • • • (x n-k + 1-l) L k J (x k-l)(x k-X-!) • • • (x-1) ' n and k positive integers. In o r d e r to make the analogy to the binomial coefficients more complete, it is customary to let [!] • ' • for n = 0, 1, 2, • • • , and H-• for… (More)

- Leonard F. Klosinski, Gerald L. Alexanderson, Loren C. Larson
- The American Mathematical Monthly
- 2006

The members of the winning team were Nikifor C. Bliznashki, Jason Fer-guson, and Lingren Zhang; each was awarded a prize of $600.

- Leonard F. Klosinski, Gerald L. Alexanderson, Loren C. Larson
- The American Mathematical Monthly
- 2007