## Turing's sunflower

In a letter to the zoologist J.Z. Young, British mathematician Alan Turing announced that his theory of embriology could explain, among other things, the connection between leaf arrangements and Fibonacci numbers.

## Havel-Hakimi

A sequence of integers \(d_1,\dots,d_n\) is called graphical if there
exists a graph \(G\) with it as its degree sequence. A theorem by ErdÅ‘s and
Gallai characterizes which sequences are graphical, but gives no algorithm
to explicitly construct such a graph. Can *you* construct it?

## Who killed the Duke of Densmore?

One day Sherlock Holmes received the visit of his friend Watson, who was asked to investigate on a murder that had gone unsolved for more than ten years. At the time, the Duke of Densmore had been killed by a bomb powerful enough to destroy the castle where he had been living since retirement.

## Four-coloring a Dodecahedron

By the Four color theorem, the faces of a dodecahedron are
four-colorable; that is, one can pick a color among four for each
face in such a way that no two adjacent faces share the same color.
But can *you* find such a coloration?