Graph Theory - the study of graphs, Edge - The connection between the nodes (or vertices) of the network., Path - sequence of edges which joins a sequence of vertices which, by most definitions, are all distinct (and since ..., Vertex - a point where multiple lines meet. It is also called a node., Circuit - A path which ends at the vertex it begins, Euler Circuit - A circuit that uses every edge exactly once. It starts and ends at the same Vertex, Euler Path - Uses every edge exactly once. Starts and ends at a different vertex., Hamilton Path - A path that visits each vertex only once., Hamilton Circuit - A circuit that visits each vertex once and only once., Degree - How many edges are connected to the vertex., Chromatic Number - The minimum number of colors needed to fill in a map or graph.,



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