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 Crossing number complete graph
 Crossing number of $K_13$
 crossing number parity
 Gallian's Dynamic Survey of Graph Labeling
 Magic Labelings of triangles
 Vertexmagic total labeling of odd complete graphs
 Vertexmagic total labelings of even complete graphs
 Vertexmagic total labelings: a conjecture on strong magic labelings of 2regular graphs
 Witt Cancellation

Recent Posts
 Thinking about the Law of Quadratic Reciprocity
 Fun with Fractions—from elementary arithmetic to the Putnam Competition—the first 1/2.
 Reflections on the 2018 Joint Mathematics Meetings in San Diego California.
 Proofs are not only often beautiful but also necessary
 Math is fun–an efficient formula versus an expansive thought process
 For the most awesome middle school and high school teachers
 Let’s Integrate Calculus
 A Parity Theorem For Drawings of Complete Graphs
 Run For Third!
 Useful generalizations, Part II
 Useful Generalizations, part I
 It’s a Mean Value Theorem
 A cardinal rule of baserunning is hilariously incorrect
 On the value of believing that you know the answer
 On the unreasonable efficiency of mathematical writing, part II
 On the unreasonable efficiency of mathematical writing
 On Teaching Loving Mathematics
 On the Value of Making up Your Own Question
 Squaring the Superhero
 On Trigonometric Nostalgia
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A Perfect Square Discovers Pi
Pi is defined as the ratio of the circumference of a circle, to its diameter. It follows (how?) that the same constant pi is also the number of r x r squares that have the same total area as a … Continue reading
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Dan McQuillan, Charles A. Dana Professor of Mathematics, Department of Mathematics, Norwich University, Northfield, VT 05663, 802 4852323, dmcquill [at] norwich.edu. There is a menu just under the picture of Norwich University (The options are: Home, Research, Publications, About, Selected … Continue reading
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