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The webpage provides an overview of how the Konigsberg Bridge problem led Euler to develop graph theory and establish the basis for topology. The page includes links to images of the bridge. It also includes an animated image which converts the map of Konigsberg into a graph.
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Keywords: graph, graph theory, lines, topology, vertex
Record Creator: Metadata instance created July 30, 2010 by Foha Rafiq
Record Updated: Aug 12, 2016 by Lyle Barbato
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(Mathland, 2010), WWW Document, (
Konigsberg Bridge (Mathland, 2010), <>.
APA Format
Konigsberg Bridge. (2010, January 1). Retrieved July 24, 2024, from Mathland:
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Mathland. Konigsberg Bridge. Mathland, January 1, 2010. (accessed 24 July 2024).
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Konigsberg Bridge. Mathland, 2010. 1 Jan. 2010. 24 July 2024 <>.
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@misc{ Title = {Konigsberg Bridge}, Publisher = {Mathland}, Volume = {2024}, Number = {24 July 2024}, Month = {January 1, 2010}, Year = {2010} }
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