# Graph theory question on Euler circuit, Euler path, Hamilton circuit, and Hamilton path

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Naturelover

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Low bounty!

Still very low!

Can you solve c and d only?

Can you solve d and c only?

Yes, but I think a fair bounty even for half of it is $10. For determining a fair bounty, imagine how much time one would spend to solve your question and multiply by an hourly rate that makes sense.

I'll do it for you this time. But remember, this is still a low bounty.