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**Examples**[edit]. a complete graph with more than two vertices is **Hamiltonian**;
every **cycle** graph is **Hamiltonian**; every tournament has ...

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A **Hamiltonian Circuit** is a circuit that visits every vertex exactly once. Do these
graphs have a **Hamiltonian circuit**? **Example** 1: **Example** 2: Real life applications:

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Unfortunately, there are no counterparts to Euler's theorems that tell us, in
general, whether or not a graph has a **Hamilton Circuit**. **Example** 1: Find both an
Euler ...

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A **Hamiltonian circuit** is a circuit that visits each of the vertices once and only once
and ends on the same vertex as it began. For **example**, in this network the ...

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... visit each of six sites on Mars to collect **samples** (fuel is very expensive on Mars
!) ... A **Hamilton circuit** is a circuit that uses every vertex of a graph exactly once.

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It seems like finding a **Hamilton circuit** (or conditions for one) should be more-or-
less as easy as a Euler circuit. Unfortunately, it's much harder. For **example**, the ...

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A **Hamilton circuit** in a graph is a circuit that visits each vertex exactly once (
returning to the starting vertex to complete the circuit). 15-3-6. **Example**:
Identifying ...