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Graph Theory
Graph theory involves working with diagrams that consist of points, called vertices, and line segments, called edges.

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Math Club Ski Trip - Judy Ann Brown
Pre-Algebra, difficulty level 2. Mrs. Germain and her friend, Mrs. Granville, need your help to plan the shortest route to visit five local ski areas. ... more>>

Trick-or-Treat Route - Judy Ann Brown
Pre-Algebra, difficulty level 4. Which of the many possible routes should the Anderson children take on their Halloween trek? ... more>>

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