Euler is everywhere!

There are many useful applications to Euler circuits and paths. In mathematics, networks can be used to solve many difficult problems, like the Konigsberg Bridge problem. They can also be used to by mail carriers who want to have a route where they don't retrace any of their previous steps. Euler circuits and paths are also useful to painters, garbage collectors, airplane pilots and all world navigators, like you!

To get a better sense of how Euler circuits and paths are useful in the real world,
check out any (or all) of the following examples.

1. Take a trip through the Boston Science Museum.

2. Fly the friendly skies and pretend you are the pilot.

3. Navigate a trip to see all different regions of the world.

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