(Try to) solve a series of apparently simple and unrelated puzzles and uncover the mathematical elegance behind the solutions.
I am excited to tell you that I just released the alpha version of my “Pydont's” book, a book that compiles all the “Pydon't” articles you can read here. You can get the book at leanpub: leanpub.com/pydonts.
The aim of this workshop is to have the audience play around with many deceptively simple puzzles they already know and have them realize that mathematics has a say on everything.
This workshop is suitable for people of any age and depending on how much time I get, I pick a set of puzzles and then I do the following:
The puzzles I end up picking are usually related to graph theory, but that is just because graphs can easily hide in plain sight. A problem I talk about very often is the problem of the seven bridges of Königsberg.