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Math Presentation 9 V2

Math Presentation 9 V2 - vertices are odd so there can’t...

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The Konigsberg Bridges were translated into a simple shape by Leonard Euler. In this form, it did not resemble a geographical area; it was shaped more like a triangle or two cones than anything else. This form also had vertices. Using Graph Theory, four vertices can be found in the Konigsberg Shape. Further examination shows that all four
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Unformatted text preview: vertices are odd, so there can’t be any form of Euler Path. In conclusion, there is no possible way to cross all seven Konigsberg Bridges at once....
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