Running head: Application of Graph Theory
Assignment: Application of Graph Theory
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Application of Graph Theory
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Application of Graph Theory
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Running head: APPLICATIONS OF GRAPH THEORY
Applications of Graph Theory in Networking
Gustavo Barraza
Katherine Rude
Discrete Math
September 16, 2016
Strayer University
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APPLICATIONS OF GRAPH THEORY
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Applications of Graph Theory in Networking
Graph theo

"Logic and Proofs" Please respond to the following:
Choose one type of proof in Chapter 1 and describe how it is used to prove a
theorem. Provide an example with your response.
Discuss the two most challenging aspects and the two least challenging aspects

"Set Theory and Graphs" Please respond to the following:
Describe a problem involving relationships that you could solve by applying graphs,
and then determine the steps for solving this problem.
Describe a problem involving relationships that you could s

"Graph Theory" Please respond to the following:
Describe a problem involving relationships that you could solve by applying a
function. Determine the steps for solving this problem.
Provide an example of an application for Euler and Hamilton circuits that

"Formal Logic" Please respond to the following:
Describe two challenges of using mathematical symbols in order to solve problems using formal logic
and determine how you can overcome them
When an if / then statement is true, it is NOT necessarily true tha

"Graphs, Functions, and Trees" Please respond to the following:
Examine two to three of the challenges involved with using graphs, functions, and
trees when modeling relationships. Provide examples with your response.
Of the topics presented in this chapt

Let the following statements be given.
p = "You are in Seoul."
q = "You are in Kwangju."
r = "You are in South Korea."
Translate the following formal statement into everyday English.
p (r q)
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If you are in Kwangju, then you are in South Korea, but you a

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"Set Theory and Graphs" Please respond to the following:
Reflect upon your current work and describe a problem you have solved using graphs.
Working as IT help desk is important to do a computer tune-up or maintenance which is to keep
your PC in optimal c

"Logic and Proofs" Please respond to the following:
What does it mean to prove something in mathematics? How is this different from in real life?
A prove simply a valid mathematical argument that demonstrates the truth of a statement. In the
argument, the

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