I'm a noob.
You can help me.
So I'm having this "NJ Math League Contest" on Tue. every month. It's a total noobfest (compared to some of the freakish Olympiad problems posted here on Brilliant).
It includes: Number Theory (which I mostly can figure out without any knowledge); Combinatorics (sometimes yeah sometimes can't); Geometry (that's an annoying one); Algebra (good.). I don't think it includes anything else. Just basics in each area.
If anyone has sort of like a "lesson plan" that I can utilize in 30 minutes per day to study Combinatorics and the most basicest Number Theory, then WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR TELL ME!!! And generally I'd like to be a little good in Combinatorics, not so much Number Theory though (the area's pretty much useless). Like level 2-ish or 3-ish.
I'm just saying, because when I open the Combinatorics section I get a huge list and am terrified by it. But hey - if that huge list actually has easy topics for the most part, I'm up for it.
That's all I got.
Thank you, competent observer.
P.S. - just skip this note if you don't already have a good idea of what a combinatorics beginner should look into. I don't mean to be a bother to anyone. thx :)