Mazes and Networks
2hr - 4hr course that introduces the basic concepts of graph theory. Participants will translate the design of a maze into a connected graph. Transition matrices will be defined and their connection with networks and probability. At the end of the course a participant should be able to generate a graph from a given real life situation, translate it into a matrix and make predictions.
Define graphs, and matrices.
Distinguish directed and weighted graphs.
Translating a graph into a matrix.
Predicting behaviors either with technology or with algebraic analysis.
Applying concepts to real life situations.
Manipulation of math operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication and powers.
Basic understanding or probability.
Graphing Calculator, or Personal Laptop with at least a RAM: 4GB, CPU: Dual core 1GHz, Browser: Safari 13, Microsoft Edge 93, Google Chrome 93 or Mozilla Firefox 70 GPU: A decent iGPU or dedicated GPU
AGE RANGE: 14 and older
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