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Walks trails paths cycles and circuits
Graphs and networks (11 General)
Year 11
This video takes a humourous look at the Year 11 General Maths topic of Walks trails paths cycles and circuits. Who would have thought so much fun could have been had when working through one section of this course. I look at what the differences are between walks trails paths cycles and circuits and how they can be applied to questions. There are lots of worked examples and one or two humourous stories too!
Published: Sept. 13, 2022
Length: 13 mins and 47 seconds
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