# Ch 14: Problem Solving With Networks

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## Problem Solving With Networks - Chapter Summary

Our instructors explain how networks are used to solve problems in this helpful chapter. These lessons cover the use of networks when solving model flow problems and how Dijkstra's algorithm applies to both math and science. Other topics include using bipartite graphs, Prim's algorithm and how to create an activity network. You'll also review the critical path analysis and how it applies to scheduling. After reviewing this chapter, you should be ready to do the following:

• Use minimum spanning trees to find the determination of lower bounds
• Apply the maximum-flow minimum-cut theorem to large-scale problems
• Determine the shortest path between two vertices
• Define the Hungarian algorithm and its applications
• Understand how crashing is used to reduce project completion time

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