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Mathematical Excursions (MindTap Course List)Efficient Route The distances, in miles, between five different cities are given in the table. Sketch a weighted graph that represents the distances, and then use the greedy algorithm to design a route that starts in Memphis, visits each city, and returns to Memphis while attempting to minimize the total distance traveled.BuyFind*launch*

4th Edition

Richard N. Aufmann + 3 others

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781305965584

Chapter 5, Problem 21RE

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Efficient Route The distances, in miles, between five different cities are given in the table. Sketch a weighted graph that represents the distances, and then use the greedy algorithm to design a route that starts in Memphis, visits each city, and returns to Memphis while attempting to minimize the total distance traveled.

Mathematical Excursions (MindTap Course List)

Ch. 5.1 - A pen-tracing puzzle is given. See if you can find...Ch. 5.1 - A pen-tracing puzzle is given. See if you can find...Ch. 5.1 - A pen-tracing puzzle is given. See if you can find...Ch. 5.1 - A pen-tracing puzzle is given. See if you can find...Ch. 5.1 - Explain why the following pen-tracing puzzle is...Ch. 5.1 - Transportation An X in the table below indicates a...Ch. 5.1 - Transportation The table below shows the nonstop...Ch. 5.1 - Social Network A group of friends is represented...Ch. 5.1 - Baseball The local Little League baseball teams...Ch. 5.1 - Determine (a) the number of edges in the graph,...

Ch. 5.1 - Determine (a) the number of edges in the graph,...Ch. 5.1 - Determine (a) the number of edges in the graph,...Ch. 5.1 - Determine (a) the number of edges in the graph,...Ch. 5.1 - Determine whether the two graphs are equivalent.Ch. 5.1 - Determine whether the two graphs are equivalent.Ch. 5.1 - Determine whether the two graphs are equivalent.Ch. 5.1 - Determine whether the two graphs are equivalent.Ch. 5.1 - Explain why the following two graphs cannot be...Ch. 5.1 - Label the vertices of the second graph so that it...Ch. 5.1 - (a) determine whether the graph is Eulerian. If it...Ch. 5.1 - (a) determine whether the graph is Eulerian. If it...Ch. 5.1 - (a) determine whether the graph is Eulerian. If it...Ch. 5.1 - (a) determine whether the graph is Eulerian. If it...Ch. 5.1 - (a) determine whether the graph is Eulerian. If it...Ch. 5.1 - (a) determine whether the graph is Eulerian. If it...Ch. 5.1 - (a) determine whether the graph is Eulerian. If it...Ch. 5.1 - (a) determine whether the graph is Eulerian. If it...Ch. 5.1 - Parks in Exercises 23 and 24, a map of a park is...Ch. 5.1 - Parks in Exercises 23 and 24, a map of a park is...Ch. 5.1 - Transportation For the train routes given in...Ch. 5.1 - Transportation For the direct air flights given in...Ch. 5.1 - Pets The diagram below shows the arrangement of a...Ch. 5.1 - Transportation A subway map is shown below. Is it...Ch. 5.1 - Architecture, a floor plan of a museum is shown....Ch. 5.1 - Architecture, a floor plan of a museum is shown....Ch. 5.1 - Degrees of Separation In the graph below, an edge...Ch. 5.1 - Social Network In the graph below, an edge...Ch. 5.1 - Bridges of a Graph An edge of a connected graph is...Ch. 5.1 - Travel A map of South America is shown at the...Ch. 5.2 - Continue investigating Hamiltonian circuits in...Ch. 5.2 - Use the greedy algorithm and the weighted graph...Ch. 5.2 - Use the edge-picking algorithm to find a...Ch. 5.2 - Use Dirac's theorem to verify that the graph is...Ch. 5.2 - Use Dirac's theorem to verify that the graph is...Ch. 5.2 - Use Dirac's theorem to verify that the graph is...Ch. 5.2 - Use Dirac's theorem to verify that the graph is...Ch. 5.2 - Transportation For the train routes given in...Ch. 5.2 - Transportation For the direct air flights given in...Ch. 5.2 - Use trial and error to find two Hamiltonian...Ch. 5.2 - Use trial and error to find two Hamiltonian...Ch. 5.2 - Use trial and error to find two Hamiltonian...Ch. 5.2 - Use trial and error to find two Hamiltonian...Ch. 5.2 - Use the greedy algorithm to find a Hamiltonian...Ch. 5.2 - Use the greedy algorithm to find a Hamiltonian...Ch. 5.2 - Use the greedy algorithm to find a Hamiltonian...Ch. 5.2 - Use the greedy algorithm to find a Hamiltonian...Ch. 5.2 - Use the edge-picking algorithm to find a...Ch. 5.2 - Use the edge-picking algorithm to find a...Ch. 5.2 - Use the edge-picking algorithm to find a...Ch. 5.2 - Use the edge-picking algorithm to find a...Ch. 5.2 - Travel A company representative lives in...Ch. 5.2 - Travel A tourist is staying in Toronto, Canada,...Ch. 5.2 - Travel Use the edge-picking algorithm to design a...Ch. 5.2 - Travel Use the edge-picking algorithm to design a...Ch. 5.2 - Travel Nicole wants to tour Asia. She will start...Ch. 5.2 - Travel The prices for traveling between five...Ch. 5.2 - Travel Use the edge-picking algorithm to find a...Ch. 5.2 - Travel Use the edge-picking algorithm to find a...Ch. 5.2 - Route Planning Brian needs to visit the pet store,...Ch. 5.2 - Route Planning A bike messenger needs to deliver...Ch. 5.2 - Scheduling A research company has a large...Ch. 5.2 - Computer Networks A small office wishes to network...Ch. 5.2 - Route Planning A security officer patrolling a...Ch. 5.2 - Route Planning A city engineer needs to inspect...Ch. 5.2 - Draw a connected graph with six vertices that has...Ch. 5.2 - Assign weights to the edges of the following...Ch. 5.3 - The tetrahedron in figure 5.20 consists of four...Ch. 5.3 - The following graph is the projection of one ofthe...Ch. 5.3 - If we form a graph by a projection of the...Ch. 5.3 - Give a reason why the graph below Cannot be the...Ch. 5.3 - Show that the graph is planar by finding a planar...Ch. 5.3 - Show that the graph is planar by finding a planar...Ch. 5.3 - Show that the graph is planar by finding a planar...Ch. 5.3 - Show that the graph is planar by finding a planar...Ch. 5.3 - Show that the graph is planar by finding a planar...Ch. 5.3 - Show that the graph is planar by finding a planar...Ch. 5.3 - Show that the graph is planar by finding a planar...Ch. 5.3 - Show that the graph is planar by finding a planar...Ch. 5.3 - Show that the graph is not planar.Ch. 5.3 - Show that the graph is not planar.Ch. 5.3 - Show that the graph is not planar.Ch. 5.3 - Show that the graph is not planar.Ch. 5.3 - Show that the following graph contracts to K5.Ch. 5.3 - Show that the following graph contracts to the...Ch. 5.3 - Show that the graph is not planar by finding a...Ch. 5.3 - Show that the graph is not planar by finding a...Ch. 5.3 - Count the number of vertices, edges, and faces,...Ch. 5.3 - Count the number of vertices, edges, and faces,...Ch. 5.3 - Count the number of vertices, edges, and faces,...Ch. 5.3 - Count the number of vertices, edges, and faces,...Ch. 5.3 - Count the number of vertices, edges, and faces,...Ch. 5.3 - Count the number of vertices, edges, and faces,...Ch. 5.3 - If a planar drawing of a graph has 15 edges and 8...Ch. 5.3 - If a planar drawing of a graph has 100 vertices...Ch. 5.3 - Sketch a planar graph (without multiple edges or...Ch. 5.3 - Sketch a planar graph (without multiple edges or...Ch. 5.3 - Explain why it is not possible to draw a planar...Ch. 5.3 - If a planar drawing of a graph has twice as many...Ch. 5.3 - Show that the complete graph with five vertices,...Ch. 5.3 - Dual Graph Every planar graph has what is called a...Ch. 5.4 - A one-way road ends at a two-way street. The...Ch. 5.4 - A one-way road intersects a two-way road in a...Ch. 5.4 - A two-way road intersects another two-way road in...Ch. 5.4 - Map Coloring A fictional map of the countries of a...Ch. 5.4 - Map Coloring A fictional map of the countries of a...Ch. 5.4 - Map Coloring A fictional map of the countries of a...Ch. 5.4 - Map Coloring A fictional map of the countries of a...Ch. 5.4 - Map Coloring Represent the map by a graph and find...Ch. 5.4 - Map Coloring Represent the map by a graph and find...Ch. 5.4 - Map Coloring Represent the map by a graph and find...Ch. 5.4 - Map Coloring Represent the map by a graph and find...Ch. 5.4 - Show that the graph is 2-colorable by finding a...Ch. 5.4 - Show that the graph is 2-colorable by finding a...Ch. 5.4 - Show that the graph is 2-colorable by finding a...Ch. 5.4 - Show that the graph is 2-colorable by finding a...Ch. 5.4 - Show that the graph is 2-colorable by finding a...Ch. 5.4 - Show that the graph is 2-colorable by finding a...Ch. 5.4 - Determine (by trial and error) the chromatic...Ch. 5.4 - Determine (by trial and error) the chromatic...Ch. 5.4 - Determine (by trial and error) the chromatic...Ch. 5.4 - Determine (by trial and error) the chromatic...Ch. 5.4 - Determine (by trial and error) the chromatic...Ch. 5.4 - Determine (by trial and error) the chromatic...Ch. 5.4 - Scheduling Six student clubs need to hold meetings...Ch. 5.4 - Scheduling Eight political committees must meet on...Ch. 5.4 - Scheduling Six different groups of children would...Ch. 5.4 - Scheduling Five different charity organizations...Ch. 5.4 - Scheduling Students in a film class have...Ch. 5.4 - Animal Housing A researcher has discovered six new...Ch. 5.4 - Wi-Fi Stations An office building is installing...Ch. 5.4 - Map Coloring Draw a map of a fictional continent...Ch. 5.4 - If the chromatic number of a graph with five...Ch. 5.4 - Edge Coloring In this section, we colored vertices...Ch. 5.4 - Scheduling Edge colorings, as explained in...Ch. 5 - (a) determine the number of edges in the graph,...Ch. 5 - (a) determine the number of edges in the graph,...Ch. 5 - Soccer In the table below, an X indicates teams...Ch. 5 - Each vertex in the graph at the left represents a...Ch. 5 - Determine whether the two graphs are equivalent.Ch. 5 - Determine whether the two graphs are equivalent.Ch. 5 - Find an Euler path if possible, and (b) find an...Ch. 5 - Find an Euler path if possible, and (b) find an...Ch. 5 - Find an Euler path if possible, and (b) find an...Ch. 5 - Find an Euler path if possible, and (b) find an...Ch. 5 - Parks The figure shows an arrangement of bridges...Ch. 5 - Architecture The floor plan of a sculpture gallery...Ch. 5 - Use Dirac's theorem to verify that the graph is...Ch. 5 - Use Dirac's theorem to verify that the graph is...Ch. 5 - Travel The table below lists cities serviced by a...Ch. 5 - Travel For the direct flights given in Exercise...Ch. 5 - Use the greedy algorithm to find a Hamiltonian...Ch. 5 - Use the greedy algorithm to find a Hamiltonian...Ch. 5 - Use the edge-picking algorithm to find a...Ch. 5 - Use the edge-picking algorithm to find a...Ch. 5 - Efficient Route The distances, in miles, between...Ch. 5 - Computer Networking A small office needs to...Ch. 5 - Show that the graphs is planar by finding a planar...Ch. 5 - Show that the graphs is planar by finding a planar...Ch. 5 - Show that the graph is not planar.Ch. 5 - Show that the graph is not planar.Ch. 5 - Count the number of vertices, edges, and faces in...Ch. 5 - Count the number of vertices, edges, and faces in...Ch. 5 - Map Coloring, a fictional map is given showing the...Ch. 5 - Map Coloring, a fictional map is given showing the...Ch. 5 - Show that the graph is 2-colorable by finding a...Ch. 5 - Show that the graph is 2-colorable by finding a...Ch. 5 - Determine (by trial and error) the chromatic...Ch. 5 - Determine (by trial and error) the chromatic...Ch. 5 - Scheduling A company has scheduled a retreat at a...Ch. 5 - Social Network Each vertex in the graph at the...Ch. 5 - Determine whether the following two graphs are...Ch. 5 - Answer the following questions for the graph shown...Ch. 5 - Recreation The illustration below depicts bridges...Ch. 5 - a. What does Dirac's theorem state? Explain how it...Ch. 5 - Low-Cost Route The table below shows the cost of...Ch. 5 - Use the greedy algorithm to find a Hamiltonian...Ch. 5 - Sketch a planar drawing of the graph below. Show...Ch. 5 - Answer the following questions for the graph shown...Ch. 5 - Map Coloring A fictional map of the countries of a...Ch. 5 - For the graph shown below, find a 2-coloring of...Ch. 5 - A group of eight friends is planning a vacation in...

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