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- 318 pages
- Problems for Mathematicians, Young and Old
- Paul R. Halmos
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- 13 May 2018 Paul R. Halmos
- 0883853205

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Paul Richard Halmos 1916 2006 was a Hungarian Jewish born American mathematician who made fundamental contributions to mathematical logic, probability theory, statistics, operator theory, ergodic theory, and functional analysis in particular, Hilbert spaces He was also recognized as a great expositor of mathematics and an advocate for education and effective teaching.In this 318 page gem of a book, Halmos has collected a wide array of problems 126 pp , complete with hints 18 pp and sol Paul Richard Halmos 1916 2006 was a Hungarian Jewish born American mathematician who made fundamental contributions to mathematical logic, probability theory, statistics, operator theory, ergodic theory, and functional analysis in particular, Hilbert spaces He was also recognized as a great expositor of mathematics and an advocate for education and effective teaching.In this 318 page gem of a book, Halmos has collected a wide array of problems 126 pp , complete with hints 18 pp and solutions 174 pp The best way to review this book is to present a sample problem from each of its 14 chapters I will exclude chapter 13, Mappings, because it contains no problem that can be solved without resorting to advance math the 13 problems that follow can be solved by anyone trained in basic math and mathematical reasoning.Chapter 1, Combinatorics Tennis tournament Consider an elimination tennis tournament with 1025 participants In each round, the remaining players are paired, and if the number of players is odd, one of them gets a bye For example, in the first round, 512 matches are played and one player gets a bye How many matches must be played to determine a champion Chapter 2, Calculus Railroad track We have a perfectly straight and flat railroad track of length 2640 m Suppose we add 1 m of rail to the middle of the track, while keeping its endpoints fixed The additional length causes the track to bulge upward in the shape of a circular arc How far will the middle of the track rise above the original level Chapter 3, Puzzles Factorials ending in 0s The first factorial that ends in 0 is 5 120 To have the factorial end in two 0s, we need to go to 10 3,628,800 How many 0s does 1,000,000 have at its end Chapter 4, Numbers Irrational punch We have a weird paper punch such that when its center is placed at a point on paper, all points whose distance to that center are irrational numbers are removed How many punchings are needed to remove every point Chapter 5, Geometry Shortest road to connect 4 houses Four houses are located on flat land at the corners of a square of side length 1 km What is the shortest road system that would enable each inhabitant to visit the other three Chapter 6, Tilings Tiling a checkerboard with dominoes You have a standard 8 by 8 checkerboard from which 2 squares at opposite corners have been removed Given 31 dominoes, each of which covers exactly 2 adjacent squares on the board, can you cover all 62 squares of the board with the 31 dominoes Chapter 7, Probability Fair and loaded dice A fair or honest die is one for which the probability of each of the outcomes 1 through 6 is 1 6 Assume we can load a die as we please, for example, to have the probabilities 3 8, 1 4, 1 8 1 9, 1 12, 1 18 for outcomes 1 through 6 these probabilities add up to 1 Is there a way to load two different dice so that when they are rolled together the sum outcomes 2 through 12 each occurs with the same probability 1 11 Chapter 8, Analysis Infinite mathematical expressions What is the value of the following expression in the limit when there are an infinite number of sqrt 2 terms sqrt 2 sqrt 2 sqrt 2 sqrt 2 Chapter 9, Matrices Square root of a matrix The square root of a matrix A is a matrix B such that A B 2 Not every matrix has a square root Does a 3 by 3 matrix with all entries 0, except the top right element which is 1, have a square root How about a matrix of all 0s, with its only 1 entry in the middle of its top row Chapter 10, Algebra Polynomial arithmetic If a polynomial in x vanishes when x 2, then it must be divisible by x 2 Is it also true that if a polynomial in x and y vanishes when x y, then it is divisible by x y Chapter 11, Sets Lines on a plane Obviously, an infinite set of lines are needed to cover a plane Can the set of such lines whose union is the plane be countably infinite Chapter 12, Spaces Map coloring It has been known for sure since 1976 and suspected long before then that any planar map of countries can be colored using nothan 4 colors, so that no two countries sharing a border are of the same color Show that if the countries do not have arbitrary borders but, instead, are formed by a set of intersecting circles, then 2 colors would suffice.Chapter 14, Measures Fair sharing of a cake among 3 people When two people want to divide a cake so that they are both convinced of the division s fairness, the you cut, I choose scheme is used One person cuts the cake into two pieces that s he thinks is a fair division and the other person picks one of the pieces Can we extend this scheme to 3 people This is a much harder problem than fair division into 2 pieces There exists a scheme that appears fair, but does not work upon further reflection