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HOLM Abstract We present a card trick that can be used to review or teach a variety of topics in discrete mathematics We address many subjects including permutations combinations functions graphs depth 64257rst search the pigeonhole principle greedy ID: 13927 Download Pdf
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HOLM Abstract We present a card trick that can be used to review or teach a variety of topics in discrete mathematics We address many subjects including permutations combinations functions graphs depth 64257rst search the pigeonhole principle greedy
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USING A CARD TRICK TO TEACH DISCRETE MATHEMATICS SHAI SIMONSON AND TARA S
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