Graphs and networks

General Mathematics: Units 1 and 2

Introduction

Welcome

Learning Objectives

Recap of past learning

I want to go a travelling (Bridges of Koenigsberg)

How many ways are there of doing this?

Making the problem simpler!

The language of graphs

Euler was a clever dude ...

Euler noticed something ...

When the degrees are all odd ...

This is the first video in a new series looking at Graph Theory for the Year 11 General Maths course. I look at the Bridges of Konigsberg problem and how Euler found the connection between odd vertices and not being able to travel along a graphs edges. I look at what a vertex and edge are and how to find the degree of a vertex. This is all done with an excellent explanation and some stories and humour thrown in for free!

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