Demonstrate that dijkstra algorithm - digraph, Mathematics

Demonstrate that Dijkstra's algorithm does not necessarily work if some of the costs are negative by finding a digraph with negative costs (but no negative cost dicircuits) for which it fails.  You must also demonstrate that Dijkstra's algorithm fails on your example. 

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