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105 Quarters Are Lying on a Flat Surface with Their Edges in Contact. They Are Just Contained by a F

q1 105=1234567891011121314 =15*7 each side has 14 coins. 42/3=14=14*d d=1, r=0.5 q2 diagonal of paper=sqrt(4^23^2) =sqrt(25) =5 when folded from 1 end of a diagonal to the other, we get an isoceles triangle with base of crease and height of half the diagonal. the angle btw base and edge is equal to the 1 of the btw of diagonal and width. crease=2*3*5/4*2=3.75

1. How can a parallel edge be identified?

I would prefer to use a variant of the second definition offered by Zev. A multigraph has a set of vertices \$V\$, a set of edges \$E\$. The connection between vertices and edges can be described by a relation on \$Vtimes E\$, such that each edge is incident with one or two vertices (just one if you are not inclined to allow loops). Or it can be described by a function that assigns to each edge either one vertex or an unordered pair of vertices.One place where multigraphs force themselves on us is when we consider duals of plane graphs. So we need to work with embeddings of multigraphs and in this situation the multiset approach would be a little awkward. My suspicion is that working graph theorists would not usually use the multiset definition (but I have not carried out a survey).

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