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    I would like to know what those stupid tracing algorithms mean, when they ask you to 'LABEL' X . I really hate them, most of d1 is easy, i would also like some tips on how to do them, im ok at it when its simple, i do them, but sometimes i end up going in circles and i want to not to do that. Thanks
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    this isn't very clear, can you give me an example of the sort of questions that you're stuck on
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    Think of LABEL X as a point of reference, an address. So, when you see "GOTO X" in a later line, then return to this point.
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    (Original post by Dichotomy)
    Think of LABEL X as a point of reference, an address. So, when you see "GOTO X" in a later line, then return to this point.
    This.

    X then becomes a certain line or point of the algorithm. I dislike tracing algorithms because it's so easy to make a simple little mistake and it never ends and you've gotten it wrong way back!
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    (Original post by Dichotomy)
    Think of LABEL X as a point of reference, an address. So, when you see "GOTO X" in a later line, then return to this point.
    Perfect answer. I fully understand it now. Now I am fully prepared for d1.
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    (Original post by kashim91)
    Perfect answer. I fully understand it now. Now I am fully prepared for d1.
    Haha!
    Good Luck, I did D1 last summer, I'm doing D2 on Tuesday. :cool:
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    (Original post by Dichotomy)
    Haha!
    Good Luck, I did D1 last summer, I'm doing D2 on Tuesday.
    Isn't D2 Wednesday? D1 is Tuesday :p:
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    (Original post by Weeman5872)
    Isn't D2 Wednesday? D1 is Tuesday :p:
    Haha, I think I'm going mad with all of my exams coming up, unless I've been entered for the wrong exam.. :ninja:

    (I have C4 on Tuesday and D2 on Wednesday) >.>
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    Can someone please take the trouble of explaining what 1/2(n-1)! means in the context of calculating the number of hamilton cycles with n vertices. I still dont get it. It's minor things like this that really get on my nerves in D1. I will give a rep again
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    I have this exam on tuesday.
    I seriously hate decisions.
    Just seems so pointless from a maths point of view.
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    (Original post by kashim91)
    Can someone please take the trouble of explaining what 1/2(n-1)! means in the context of calculating the number of hamilton cycles with n vertices. I still dont get it. It's minor things like this that really get on my nerves in D1. I will give a rep again
    Isn't this the number of hamiltonian cycles in a fully connected graph which is directed? I hope so xD
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    D1 is the most boring part of maths ever, but it is outrageously easy
 
 
 
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