Eulers paths & ciruits

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# Eulers paths & ciruits

Submitted by danielboon on Mon, 01/18/2010 - 22:29

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The question is this: The Kangaroo lodge has 10 members (a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j). The Club has five committees: rules(a,c,d,e,i,and j), public relations (b,c,d,h,i, and j), guest speaker(a,d,e,f,and h), new years(d,f,g,h,and i), and fundraising(b,d,f,h,and j). Suppose we are interested in knowing which pairs of members are on the same committee. Draw a graph that models that.(hint let the vertices of the graph represent the members). Suppose we are interested in knowing which committees have members in common. Draw a graph that models that.(hint the vertices represent the committees.

Can someone help me understand and know where to begin with these graphs I am lost.

Thanks

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(v1) by danielboon 2010-01-18