Euler circuit

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Just had one of my better high school math students come to me with questions about Euler's circuit. Can someone help refreash me on it? thanx
 
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A Euler's circuit is a circuit, which goes over all edges in a graph once and only once. (Though i wonder why this was asked under calculus & analysis??)
A Google search can bring up lot more details on this one if you wish.

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i asked my math teacher some question
1) Is space continuous?
2) The proof of least-square line
3) gauss' law and close intergral
4) the proof of some number theory questions
5) What is green's therom
etc.

that keeps teacher busy from giving homework.
 

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