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Bridges of Konigsberg (2 of 3: Constructing the network diagram)

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Michał (1 month ago)
Now students don't have to take notes, because all is on YT ☺
Theo_Caro (1 month ago)
I have bachelor's in math, and I can tell not all is on Youtube.
Bahru udin (1 month ago)
where is "Bridges of Konigsberg (3 of 3)"?
majan (1 month ago)
Euler would be proud :)
Shrek Lord69 (1 month ago)
Hey thanks for coming to Warilla high school
Harry Kim (1 month ago)
I love all of your videos, but seriously, what math do you teach?
Shy Slimey (1 month ago)
I’m a simple man. I see random math topic, I click.
Christopher Nem (1 month ago)
I dont know why but this all reminds me of topology where you have to talk about sets and neighborhoods.
schmuck Norris (1 month ago)
I see Eddie Woo, I hit like!
Eis Vogel. (1 month ago)
Very interesting. This remembers me when I was a kid we learned to draw the house of nicolaus. When you draw it, it is very important that you do not draw a line twice. There are a lot of versions of it. Do you know about "Das Haus vom Nikolaus"?
Eis Vogel. (1 month ago)
Buffalo Soldier cool :)
Buffalo Soldier (1 month ago)
Nice catch. If you look at it from this angle, it becomes immediately obvious that you have to start at one of the bottom corners and end at the other one, because they are the only corners that have an odd number of lines attached to them. All other corners have an even number. I never tried to figure out a rule for this but now it's all clear.
Itz_ Sol (1 month ago)
What grade are you teaching?
Christopher Nem (1 month ago)
+くら_おさ.める_かく.れる蔵 In america, mathematics don't really go into much besides Algebra, basic Euclidean Geometry, and maybe Calculus/PreCalc. Some schools don't even do discrete mathematics and if those courses exists for the school, students can only take it at the 3rd or 4th year of highschool. I say its higher level just because the American system doesn't generally go into discrete math, statistics, topology, abstract algebra, probability, linear algebra, etc... Students aren't even exposed to proofs in high school.
It’s not higher math
Christopher Nem (1 month ago)
I think it has to be discrete math or higher/ a more abstract portion of mathematics.

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