Isomorphic, connected graphs and adjacency matrices
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Introduction
Welcome
Learning Objectives
Recap of past learning
More language: Isomorphic graphs
Isomorphic: Draw one thing in lots of different ways
Examples of isomorphic graphs
What are connected graphs?
Graphs with a loner or two!
Let's build some bridges
Adjacency Matrices
Leading diagonals are really important
Final remarks
Isomorphic, connected graphs and adjacency matrices
Graphs and networks (11 General)
Year 11
I know ... you, like me, have woken up screaming in the night desperate for a maths fix and to be told what an isomorphic graph is. OK. Perhaps not, but wow does this video have a lot of fun information in it! If you are following the Year 11 General Maths course you will need to know everything there is to know about Isomorphic graphs, connected graphs and adjacency matrices! I know! You thought the work on matrices was done ... well, it's back. This video will teach you all you needed to know in an interesting and engaging way.
Published: Sept. 12, 2022
Length: 00 mins and 00 seconds
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