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import networkx as nx
import matplotlib as plt
# Generate the edge list using a list comprehension that invokes the actual relation you want.
# For example, here is the relation of "divides", on the set {0,1,2,..., 20}.
# We know a divides b if b mod a = 0.
divides_edges = [(a,b) for a in range(21) for b in range(21) if b % a == 0]
divides_graph = nx.DiGraph(divides_edges)
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# Code for generating random weighted graphs in networkX and printing off the edges
import networkx as nx
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
from random import *
# Create a random graph with 10 nodes and a 50% chance of connection.
# Change the 10 and 0.5 for graphs with more/fewer nodes and more/fewer connections.
G = nx.random_graphs.gnp_random_graph(10,.5)
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List of graph isomorphism invariants

This is a running list of graph isomorphism invariants, that is, properties of graphs such that...

If $G$ and $H$ are isomorphic and $G$ has the property, then $H$ also has the property.

A logically equivalent way to say this is:

If $G$ has the property but $H$ does not, then $G$ and $H$ are not isomorphic.

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Click here for the full documentation for networkX.

To do: Enter:
Load networkx and matplotlib import networkx as nx
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
Create an empty graph G = nx.Graph()
Add an edge to G between nodes 2 and 3 G.add_edge(2,3)
Add several edges to G all at once G.add_edges_from([(1,3), (2,4), (2,3)])
Print a list of the edges in G for e in G.edges(): print(e)
Print a list of the nodes in G for v in G.nodes(): print(v)

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# To find the natural number solutions to x + y + z = 8
[(x,y,z) for x in range(9) for y in range(9) for z in range(9) if x+y+z == 8]
# To generate the ways to pick 6 donuts from an unlimited supply of glazed, chocolate, and jelly-filled
[(g,c,j) for g in range(7) for c in range(7) for j in range(7) if g+c+j == 6]
# Put `len( )` around these lists to find the number of items in the list.
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# The first recursive function we saw.
# Turns out it has the closed formula f(n) = n(n+2) although we didn't prove it.
def f(n):
if n == 0: return 0
else: return f(n-1) + 2*n + 1
# AKA the factorial function:
def g(n):
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\section{Appendix B: MTH 225 Learning Targets}
\begin{subsubsection}{Module 1: Computer Arithmetic}
\item[CA.1] \textbf{(CORE)} \ I can represent an integer in base 2, 8, 10, and 16 and represent a negative integer in base 2 using two's complement notation.
\item[CA.2] I can perform addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division in binary.
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Course module structure: The course content is split up into five modules:

  • Module 1: Computer arithmetic. Representing integers in binary, octal, and hexadecimal; binary arithmetic; the Division Algorithm and modular arithmetic.

  • Module 2: Logic. Logical propositions, conditional statements, truth tables, predicates, and quantification.