Can you solve the Seven Bridges of Konigsberg?

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    • #137591
      Anonymous
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      Can you solve the Seven Bridges of Konigsberg?

      create a path in which a person moves over all the bridges once

      Euler solved it, can you?

    • #137592
      Anonymous
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      >Euler solved it
      Schelling couldn’t do it.
      Fichte couldn’t do it.
      Hegel couldn’t do it.

      • #137593
        Anonymous
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        better to get banned than to flab away

      • #137597
        Anonymous
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        i understood this reference

      • #137613
        Anonymous
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        i understood this reference

        we have wasted our freaking lives

      • #137640
        Anonymous
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        Trump could. Trump did.

      • #137646
        Anonymous
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        kek

    • #137594
      Anonymous
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      >Euler solved it
      i really wonder how many will take the bait

      • #137595
        Anonymous
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        fackin wikipedia says so m8

        • #137596
          Anonymous
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          the basel and redpillel mathelmathician

    • #137598
      Anonymous
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      >Euler solved it, can you?
      what a total waste of life to spend your time on scrotebrained "brain teasers", did he do anything useful or worthwhile or was his entire life devoted to pointless imaginative playtime? what kind of stuff did he build? anything significant?

      • #137599
        Anonymous
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        this is bait, do not reply to him

      • #137621
        Anonymous
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        yeah, he was one of the main financiers of the Eiffel tower. The entire project was hemorrhaging money until Euler organized the numbers.

        • #137637
          Anonymous
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          if the guy did something worthwhile then why do the sois of LULZ focus on his pointless "brain teasers"
          seems like cargo culting to me
          >the sois of LULZ focus on his pointless "brain teasers" because they’re cargo culting
          ooops answered my own question lol

      • #137653
        Anonymous
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        Well he did lay the foundation for most math used in modern engineering. So the fact that this guy enabled technology to develop to the level that allowed you to sit on a chair, eat dorito’s and shitpost on the internet can be considered an abject failure of effort.

    • #137600
      Anonymous
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      swim

    • #137601
      Anonymous
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      >Konigsberg
      Literally doesn’t exist. Check a map, it’s not there.
      >>>/x/

      • #137602
        Anonymous
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        Königsberg was the name for the historic Prussian city that is now Kaliningrad, Russia.

        • #137604
          Anonymous
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          >Russia used to be called Prussia
          They are descendants of the Rus. It has always been Russia. There was never any Prus.
          >>>/x/

    • #137603
      Anonymous
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      The solution is to wait for two of the bridges to be destroyed, which has already happened. Now the path is trivial to find.

    • #137605
      Anonymous
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      • #137606
        Anonymous
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        Sorry anon, you died.

        • #137607
          Anonymous
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          Always the god damn sharks

      • #137616
        Anonymous
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        >solution: use the 8th invisible bridge on the left!
        kek

        • #137627
          Anonymous
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          It’s not invisible, there’s a single line of pixels in the original image.

    • #137608
      Anonymous
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      The earth is a sphere.

      • #137610
        Anonymous
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        The Earth is a disc but that still works for your solution.

      • #137611
        Anonymous
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        euler BTFO

      • #137612
        Anonymous
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        this is the most genius solution for this problem i have seen yet

      • #137615
        Anonymous
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        well done anon

      • #137617
        Anonymous
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        hahaha woke af

      • #137619
        Anonymous
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        lol

      • #137620
        Anonymous
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        >changing the topology of the problem
        Fake and gay.

      • #137624
        Anonymous
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        Wow…

      • #137632
        Anonymous
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        Heckin woke af. Oiler has been fact checked.

      • #137635
        Anonymous
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      • #137652
        Anonymous
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        >just convert the question into a non-Euclidean geometry bro

        • #137655
          Anonymous
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          Cope, LULZ is for engineers

      • #137656
        Anonymous
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        Mathematicans
        BLOWN
        THE
        FUCK
        OUT
        Go suck dicks in a vector space while I talk a walk around Konigsberg

      • #137658
        Anonymous
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        >Euler goes on /sci to bait praise for his proof
        >Gets blown away by a literal >who in a matter of hours
        >Math virgins seethe and cope

      • #137664
        Anonymous
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        https://i.imgur.com/VANt0FB.gif

        mathscrotes on suicide watch

      • #137666
        Anonymous
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        Oiler bros, we got too cocky …

    • #137609
      Anonymous
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      Seven brigdes of Kalilingrad.

    • #137614
      Anonymous
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      Uhh I think you mean Seven Bridges of Kaliningrad my comrade

    • #137618
      Anonymous
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      add one dark bridge
      t.physicist

      • #137626
        Anonymous
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        lol

      • #137634
        Anonymous
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        Just add another bridge and then you can solve the problem. It is like the dark number you can add like said (woke af btw).

    • #137622
      Anonymous
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      not possible, 7

    • #137623
      Anonymous
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      The 3rd Belorussian Front figured it out for us.

    • #137625
      Anonymous
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      • #137633
        Anonymous
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        Why are you swimming, anon?

    • #137628
      Anonymous
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      • #137667
        Anonymous
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        youre going over brigdes twice

    • #137629
      Anonymous
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      it’s called Kaliningrad

    • #137630
      Anonymous
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      how you pronounce it? Oiler or Youler?

      • #137631
        Anonymous
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        yoiler

      • #137636
        Anonymous
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        Like "oil-her". The name came from a story involving Euler and a young female student. It was a bit of an inside joke among friends.

        • #137638
          Anonymous
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          lewd…

      • #137639
        Anonymous
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        Oy ler

        • #137642
          Anonymous
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          >Oy ler

      • #137641
        Anonymous
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        Wheeler

      • #137663
        Anonymous
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        I say it youler just to piss people off, euler has been dead for so long, who cares about what that scrote thought about his name

    • #137643
      Anonymous
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      define the following terms:
      path
      person
      moves
      once

      then we can start

      • #137644
        Anonymous
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        As soon as you define the following terms:
        define
        the
        following
        terms
        then
        we
        can
        start

        • #137645
          Anonymous
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          sorry champ, before I can start to do that, you’re going to have to define these terms you’ve used:
          As
          soon
          as
          you
          define
          the
          following
          terms
          :

          thanks

          • #137647
            Anonymous
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            I’m sorry. I couldn’t hear you over the sound of undefinedness emanating from your desperate attempt at communication.

    • #137649
      Anonymous
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      can this be solved? im freaking fuming rn, drawing path after path that doesnt work

      • #137650
        Anonymous
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        try computing how many possible paths there are

      • #137654
        Anonymous
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        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eulerian_path
        No it can’t because there is an odd degree for the nodes

        • #137657
          Anonymous
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          so the solution is that there is no solution? kek

    • #137651
      Anonymous
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      Euler didn’t solve it he proved it didn’t matter how the bridges were spaced and that it’s unsolvable

    • #137659
      Anonymous
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      • #137660
        Anonymous
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        i think it’s not allowed to start in the island

    • #137662
      Anonymous
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      There are 3 territory with 3 entries

      either
      in-out-in
      menaing the route terminates there

      or
      out-in-out
      so the route starts there

      there can only be 1 start and 1 terminus
      3>2

      Why is this elementary school exercise a big deal again?

    • #137668
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Euler could swim…

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