gives
there is no 2â€“path from
to
gives
there is one 2â€“path from
to
gives
there is one 2â€“path from
to
gives
there is one 3â€“path from
to
gives
there is one 3â€“from
to
gives
there is no 3â€“path from
to
(c) Let us consider the following diagraph

The digraph is
We know that
Let us use the above matrices to discuss the paths for the elements that have been
circled.
gives
there is two 2â€“path from
to
gives
there is one 2â€“path from
to
gives
there is one 2â€“path from
to
gives
there is two 3â€“path from
to
gives
there is one 3â€“path from
to
gives
there is two 3â€“path from
to
gives
there is one 3â€“path from
to

(d) Let us consider the following diagraph
The digraph is
We know that
Let us use the above matrices to discuss the paths for the elements that have been
circled.
gives
there is two 2â€“path from
to
gives
there is one 2â€“path from
to
gives
there is one 2â€“path from
to
gives
there is two 3â€“path from
to
gives
there is no 3â€“path from
to

(e) Let us consider the following diagraph
he digraph is
We know that

Let us use the above matrices to discuss the paths for the elements that have been
circled.
gives
there is one 2â€“path from
to
gives
there is one 2â€“path from
to
gives
there is two 2â€“path from
to
gives
there is one 2â€“path from
to
gives
there is no 2â€“path from
to
gives
there is one 2â€“path from
to
gives
there is one 3â€“path from
to
gives
there is two 3â€“path from
to
gives
there is two 3â€“path from
to
gives
there is one 3â€“path from
to
gives
there is one 3â€“path from
to
gives
there is two 3â€“path from
to
gives
there is one 3â€“ path from
to

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- Summer '16
- boer
- Matrices, English-language films, Digraph, adjacency matrix