maxico44 (el 28/03/13 a las 3:00 pm)
Lol, figured this one out playing One Touch Drawing. Pretty obvious stuff.
007bistromath (el 16/03/13 a las 3:49 am)
eeeegggghh vertex. the singular is VERTEX. You are killing me!
abhishek shukla (el 28/12/12 a las 9:18 pm)
koningsberg problem is unsolvable... it was the main thing euler proved....
Cameron Belt (el 28/09/12 a las 4:30 pm)
no you cant do that either, one of the legs is left out
cormac stone (el 18/09/12 a las 2:58 pm)
Love the comments... 300 years of the top mathematicians in the world exploring and developing Graph Theory, not to mention it's infinite re-working through industrial and other applications, yet a teenager with "batman" in his username reckons he knows better... hahaha...Thanks Shaun, nicely surmised :)
Rinor Dreshaj (el 11/09/12 a las 4:59 am)
you're right thanks for pointing it out , i actually didnt saw that mistake i made :)
ThreeSixtyAUS (el 10/09/12 a las 11:27 pm)
Actually, you're wrong.. I know what you are saying, and at first I agreed, but all vertices need to be connected. In the way you are specifying two vertices are left unconnected.
Rinor Dreshaj (el 30/08/12 a las 4:29 pm)
the left graph ... just go first in middle point than you can choose either right or left side
shaunteaches (el 19/05/12 a las 9:35 am)
Hi and thanks for the comment. I don't believe it can be drawn with one line (this is called an Eulerian Path or Circuit). But if you have an idea on how to draw it with one line, send it my way.
Sansiddh Jain (el 18/05/12 a las 3:31 am)
@clevisbatman you're right bro...