This second edition of Alexander Sofier’s Geometric Etudes in Combinatorial Mathematics provides supplementary reading materials to students of all levels interested in pursuing mathematics, especially in algebra, geometry, and combinatorial geometry.
Within the text, the author outlines an introduction to graph theory and combinatorics while exploring topics such as the pigeonhole principle, Borsuk problem, and theorems of Helly and Szokefalvi—Nagy. The book introduces these ideas along with practical applications that will prepare young readers for the mathematical world.
Geometric Etudes in Combinatorial Mathematics is not only educational; it is inspirational. This distinguished mathematician captivates his readers, propelling them to search for solutions of life’s problems- problems that previously seemed hopeless.