Flow, matching and scheduling problems

General Maths Units 3 and 4 (2023+)

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This is an updated video for the Year 12 (Units 3 and 4) General Mathematics course relating to Networks and Flow. This video looks at what it means to have flow through a network and how we might measure and track the flow and what might limit the flow through the network. I take a look at what it means to Cut a network and what a Minimum Cut is. This is also related to Maximum Flow. I look at the many ways we can find the maximum flow through a digraph covering two of the best algorithms out there. I look at VCAA questions to show how the content might be assessed and where VCAA might have made a horrible question even more horrible! All of this is done in an easy to understand way.

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