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Determine whether or not the network for the radius of a circle is traversable.

(picture shows a circle with a line directly down the middle.)

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Apr 25, 2012
Traversable Network
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Question:

Determine whether or not the network for the radius of a circle is traversable.

(picture shows a circle with a line directly down the middle.)



Answer:

A network is a set of nodes, called vertices, together with lines which connect the nodes. The lines which connect the nodes are called by various names: edges, arcs, or links.

A traversable network is a network which can be traced with a pencil without ever tracing a path more than once.


Your network is traversable whether beginning with point A or beginning with point B.



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