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THE MOTOR-CAR TOUR.





(Unicursal and Route Problems)
In the above diagram the circles represent towns and the lines good
roads. In just how many different ways can a motorist, starting from
London (marked with an L), make a tour of all these towns, visiting
every town once, and only once, on a tour, and always coming back to
London on the last ride? The exact reverse of any route is not counted
as different.


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