Question

Asked Feb 6, 2019

Discrete math problem

Construct a directed network whose vertices represent the numbers:

11,12,13,15,17

and whose weights tell how much you must add to get from one vertex to another. Include only edges of positive weight.

Step 1

To construct a directed network using the given conditions.

Step 2

Step 3

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