Please join us between 2-3:30pm in room 2.305 of the ECSS building on the campus of UTD for this exciting talk. Austin Marstaller, a mathematics major at UTD, will present the topic of Graph Theory. A graph consists of some points called vertices connected together by some lines called edges. Many interesting questions arise in graph coloring problems in which the edges and/or vertices are colored following some restrictions. In this talk, I will introduce graph theory and explore some interesting graph coloring problems such as representing Sudoku as a colored graph.
If you wish to sign up for the AMC 10A/12A (February 2nd) and/or the AMC 10B/12B (February 17th), registration will take place IN PERSON during this event. There is a $10 fee per student per test. If the student’s school offers the test, you may not register to take it at UTD. Contact email@example.com if you have any questions.