Introduction to Networks
starstarstarstarstarstarstarstarstarstar
by Seamus Shalman
| 7 Questions
1
1
Submit a picture of your network here.
2
1
The circles in your network are called nodes. How many nodes are in your network?

3
1
The lines connecting the circles are called edges. How many edges (both incoming and outgoing) are connected to 6E?

4
1
This network of nodes and edges shows us how information may be passed around the classroom. With this in mind, if 1C hears an interesting rumor, and this rumor gets passed around via cell phones, will everyone hear about it?

5
1
If 4B is removed from the network, will it affect who in the class hears the rumor from 1C? If so, who will it affect?

6
1
If the teacher wanted to confiscate a student phone (other than 1C’s) in order to stop this rumor from spreading throughout the class, whose phone would be the best to take?

7
1
List 3 different possible routes for a message to get from 2C to 7B

Add to my formatives list

Formative uses cookies to allow us to better understand how the site is used. By continuing to use this site, you consent to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.