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In this video I do a short intro on transportation networks, capacity, flows and cuts.

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A table of values, although it always works, is the least effective method of graphing in that it is not always the easiest and is usually the longest method. This is the 5th of 15 videos about graphing equations. The other three series are “Solving Equations”, “Word Problems” and “Factoring”.