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Discrete Math: Vertex Coloring

Vertex-coloring problems are a part of graph theory, and are sometimes referred to as graph-coloring problems. Vertex coloring is commonly used to solve scheduling problems and conflict problems. Both of these applications can be found in the problems listed below.

For background information elsewhere on our site, explore the High School Discrete Math area of the Ask Dr. Math archives. To find relevant sites on the Web, browse and search Discrete Mathematics in our Internet Mathematics Library.

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Beds of Flowers - Dona Coffey
Discrete Math, difficulty level 2. Dona wants to separate her types of flowers and the colors of her flowers into separate beds. How many beds will she have to dig? ... more>>

High School Reunion - Leigh Nataro
Discrete Math, difficulty level 1. Find the minimum number of meeting times needed so that no committee member will miss a meeting. ... more>>

New York Tours - Sharon Edelkind
Discrete Math, difficulty level 2. Use vertex coloring to solve conflicting New York tour bus routes. ... more>>

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