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## Discrete

Use sliders to set the edge value for a Hamilton Circuit of 5 cities. Select the edges to see the total weight using an algorithm such as Brute Force, Nearest Neighbor, Repetitive Nearest Neighbor and Cheapest Link. Created by Jerel L. Welker

Start with a weighted chart to find the Hamilton Circuit.

- Flash Video Lessons - Constructing a Steiner Point using Torricelli's Method Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4 - Part 5 - Part 6 - Lesson Handout The lesson handout also refers to the Junction Point and Steiner Point overlay sheets listed below.

Move a point through the interior of a triangle to find a minimum spanning tree. Use in the discovery of the Steiner Point.

Three rays are constructed at 120 degree angles. By positioning the rays over 3 points of a triangle, the Steiner Point is estimated.

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