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## Revision as of 04:54, 10 July 2014

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# Concept Map

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# Textbook

# Additional Information

## Useful websites

Wikipedia page for Graph Theory

For More Informations on Platonic Solids

## Reference Books

# Teaching Outlines

- Defining a Graph, node arc and Region
- Framing Euler's Formula for graphs
- Verifying Euler's Formula N + R = A + 2 for given Plane graphs
- Drawing graphs for given N,R and A
- Identifying the Traversible graphs
- Explaining and using the condition for Traversible graphs
- defining a Polyhedra
- Framing Euler's formula for Polyhedra
- verifying Euler's formula for the given Polyhedra

## Concept

**Representation of a Graph**

### Learning objectives

- To define what is node.
- to define what is arc
- To define what is Region
- To represent a Graph with node, Arc and Regions

### Notes for teachers

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### Activities

- Activity No #1

# Introduction to Graphs

- Activity No #2

# Graph Theory

## Concept #

### Learning objectives

### Notes for teachers

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### Activities

- Activity No #1
- Activity No #2

# Assessment activities for CCE

# Hints for difficult problems

Statement : The Königsberg bridge problem : if the seven bridges of the city of Königsberg (left figure; Kraitchik 1942), formerly in Germany but now known as Kaliningrad and part of Russia, over the river Preger can all be traversed in a single trip without doubling back, with the additional requirement that the trip ends in the same place it began.

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# Project Ideas

# Math Fun

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