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\begin{document}
% Question 1
\question{1}{Suppose that 13 people are each dealt 4 cards from a standard
52-card deck. Show that it is possible for each of them to select one of their
cards so that no two people have selected a card of the same rank.}
% Put your answer to question 1 here
\cleardoublepage
% Question 2
\question{2, Diestel 2.4}{Moving alternatively, two players jointly construct a
path in some fixed graph $G$. If $v_1, \ldots, v_n$ is the path constructed so
far, the player to move next has to find a vertex $v_{n+1}$ such that $v_1,
\ldots, v_{n+1}$ is again a path. Whichever player cannot move loses. For which
graphs $G$ does the first player have a winning strategy, for which the second?}
% Put your answer to question 2 here
\cleardoublepage
% Question 3
\question{3, Diestel 2.10}{Prove \textit{Sperner's theorem:} in an $n$-set $X$
there are never more than $\binom{n}{\lfloor n / 2 \rfloor}$ subsets such that
none of these contain another.
(Hint. Construct $\binom{n}{\lfloor n / 2 \rfloor}$ chains covering the
power set lattice of $X$.)}
% Put your answer to question 3 here
\cleardoublepage
% Question 4
\question{4, Diestel 2.18}{Show that a graph $G$ contains $k$ independent edges
if and only if $q(G-S) \le |S| + |G| - 2k$ for all sets $S \subseteq V(G)$.}
% Put your answer to question 4 here
\cleardoublepage
% Question 5
\question{5, Diestel 2.24}{Show that if $G$ has two edge-disjoint spanning
trees, it has a connected spanning subgraph all whose degrees are even.}
% Put your answer to question 5 here
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% Question 6
\question{6}{Show that a tree $T$ has a perfect matching if and only if $q(T-v)
= 1$ for every $v \in V(T)$.}
% Put your answer to question 6 here
\end{document}