1pc Cartoon Design Water Bottle

1pc Cartoon Design Water Bottle


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How does the value of an Eulerian path to a Hamiltonian graph change when the graph is connected?

Suppose that $G=(V,E)$ is a connected graph, $Tsubseteq E$ a spanning tree of $G$ and $(C_1,…, C_k)in V^{(k)}$ a set of disjoint cycles of $G$ such that, $Tcup C_1cup.. cup C_n$ is a spanning subgraph of $G$.
I think that there exists an Eulerian hamiltonian path of $G$ such that all the cycles that it crosses are exactly $C_1,…, C_k$ because the spanning subgraph $Tcup C_1cup.. cup C_n$ of $G$ is hamiltonian (maybe it’s even an Eulerian graph).
So, I’m wondering (and I cannot find a reference) : what can I say about $Pin E(G)$ an Eulerian path of $G$ such that $Pcap C_j ne varnothing$?


If $P$ is an Eulerian path and $C_i$ is not a bridge, then there is a natural partial order on the edges of $P$, inherited from $G$: between any two edges in $C_i$, there is the corresponding bridge that separates them.

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