Lectures: Tutorials:

Information: The method for calculating A's in maths is different to that of most other disciplines. See Grading.

Course notes (comments, corrections and suggestions are very welcome)

Exercise sheets:

Exercise sheet 1 Solution 1

Exercise sheet 2 Solution 2

Exercise sheet 3 Solution 3

Exercise sheet 4 Solution 4

Exercise sheet 5 Solution 5

Exercise sheet 6 Solution 6

Exercise sheet 7 Solution 7

Exercise sheet 8 Solution 8

Exercise sheet 9 Solution 9

Exercise sheet 10 Solution 10

Exercise sheet 11 Solution 11

2018 December exam Short solution

Resources: There are many good graph theory books available in the library (in the general section, just check the tables of content since a few of them are too specialized or too advanced).

There are two books availble online through the library website:

Wallis, A beginner's guide to graph theory,

Harris, Hirst, Mossinghof, Combinatorics and graph theory.

Finaly another good book can be consulted freely online (google for the web page of the book):

Diestel, Graph theory.

We will not follow any particular book, but they can be interesting resources in
the following sense:

- They can provide different explanations or different points of view, that you might like better than what we will do in class;
- They provide a source of extra examples and exercises.