by Doron Zeilberger.
Written: Jan. 2, 1998.
Exclusive for this Web site and TUMM [Temple University Mathematics Monthly]
In order to get an A, and be at the top of your class, you should study lots of solved problems, hence the immense popularity of the Schaum Outline Series. By analogy, if you want to prove the Riemann Hypothesis, the Goldbach Conj. etc. etc., you should study the proofs of Fermat's Last Theorem, The Bieberbach Conj., the Borsuk Conj., the Alternating Sign Matrix Conj., etc. etc.
As a first step, I have designed a Conjecture Trivia Quiz. This paper is by invitation of Daniel Szyld, the editor of the very prestigious Temple Mathematics Mathematics Monthly, and is reproduced here by permission.
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