Find the shortest weighted paths, Mathematics

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1. Answer the questions about the graph below.

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a. Name one cycle that begins and ends at B.

b. True/False - the graph is strongly connected.  If not, explain why not.

c. Find the shortest weighted paths from A to all other vertices.  Your answer must include a list of all the vertices in order starting from A in each path and the weight of each path.

 


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