Mathematics – Combinatorics

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2010-03-05

Mathematics

Combinatorics

Transcript of a mathematics colloquium talk delivered at Columbia University on Feb. 17, 2010

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There is no trivial mathematics, there are only trivial mathematicians! A mathematician is trivial if he or she believes that there exists trivial mathematics. Being a non-trivial mathematician myself, I will describe ten different proofs of the seemingly trivial fact that the number of ways of choosing k people out of n people is less than or equal to the number of ways of choosing k+1 people out of n people, provided that k is less than half of n.

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