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...a book by Bollobas called "Combinatorics". It's an infinitely long title, but if you look at the front, it just says "Combinatorics".
Unfortunately, this course has Aleph-naught definitions to get through.
Waah! Neither does <font>
I want to be a tree.
This is quite entertaining. AlexChurchill remembers Dr Thomason giving both this quote and the one below when AC was in Combinatorics lectures 3 years ago...
YupYup? - Is he trying to make himself unquotable, do you think? --Vitenka
This is Hall's Theorem... it was known much earlier, so though much of Europe it's called König's Theorem, because it was proved first by Agavar.
We could assume it's true, that'd save us proving it.
<in exasperation>Ach, Shangrila!
What you have here is a normal curve, if you like normal curves. Well, you've got one anyway.
I'm going to try to prove this without my hands leaving my arms.
I had an example earlier... Oh, I've eaten it.
There's always that life-saving life-belt underneath you in case of tragedy.
Your intuition to stand on your head and look at the cube is right, but you also need to look in a mirror.
So one can forgive Katona for having the most ridiculous hairpiece on the planet - it's a beautiful proof.
I'm ready now, nurse!
I'm thinking about what I'm writing, which is a sure way of making it wrong.
<with respect to a theorem proved by Ramsey before 1930, then by Erdös-Szekeres in 1935> They were working in parallel, in an Einsteinian way.