(a). List the vertices in graph A in the reverse order of their visit (finish) time for a depth-first search that starts at vertex A. Repeat the process, and produce a different list by assuming that the scan accesses neighbors in a different order.

(b). List the vertices in graph B in the reverse order of their visit (finish) time from a depth-first search starting at vertex C and first accessing neighbor D.

(c). For both graph A and graph B, identify the starting vertices that would produce a breadth-first scan that visits all of the nodes in the graph.

(d). In graph B, list a possible order of visits to vertices in a breadth-first scan that begins at vertex C.

(e). List the elements in dfsList that result from a full depth-first scan (dfs()) of graph A. Assume that the first scan (dfsvisit()) begins at vertex B and that upon completing those recursive calls that dfsVisit() resumes at vertex A.

(a) In graph A, by depth-first search starting at vertex A, we have two possible lists.
(1) If the scan accesses neighbor vertex B first, we get
A B C F D E
(2) If the scan ...

I need help understanding the forms and characteristics of exponential and logarithmic.
1. What are the general forms of function for exponential and logarithmic?
2. Please show a simple example of each exponential and logarithmic functions
3. What are at least four characteristics of graphical representation for each e

Two converging lenses, A with a focal length of +2.0 cm and B with a focal length of +5.0 cm, are placed 14c m apart. An object is placed 3.0 cm to the left of lens A.
a) Use graphical methods, to scale, to construct the ray diagram with a measurement of the final image position and height; and
b) Use the lens equation to de

Write a graphical application in Java that displays a checkerboard with 64 squares, alternating white and black.
Please refer to the attachment for sample program output.
Your main class should be called CheckerBoardViewer.
You need to supply the following classes in your solution:
CheckerBoard
CheckerBoardComponent

4) A fair coin is tossed 10 times. Let X be the number of tails observed.
(a) (4 points) Use Excel to construct a tabular and a graphical probability distribution for X.
(b) (4 points) Use Excel to construct a tabular and a graphical cumulative probability distribution for X.

What are the characteristics of a standard normal distribution? Can two distributions with the same mean and different standard distributions be considered normal? How might you determine if a distribution is normal from its graphical representation?

Please graph the following linear programming model-
Max Z = 10x + 6y
45x + 30y < = 180
3c + 8b < = 20
c, b > = 0
Please show graph and all steps in algebra to get the solution.

Consider the following Linear programming model
Maximize: Z = 3x + 2y
Subject to:
2x + 1y =< 60
2x + 3y =< 120
x, y =< 0
Find the optimal solution using the graphical method. Identify the feasible solution area and the optimal solution on the graph.

There are three tables needed as the columns indicate.
1. Premium/100 workers
2. Frequency Rates (LTC/100)
3. Average Cost Per LTC
I need to show the trends, in an easy digestible way.
It can be in Excel. I just need it to look graphically appealing.

Below is 10 years demand for YarDarts, an outdoor game.
Year Demand
1991 20,900
1992 31,200
1993 28,000
1994 41,200
1995 49,700
1996 46,400
1997 51,200
1998 52,300
1999 49,200
2000 57,600
Graph the demand data for YarDarts. Forecast the demand for YarDarts for the next five years using the graphical judgment app