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- 3. Classical Search and Beyond
- 3.5 Quiz: Depth-first search

# Quiz: Depth-first search¶

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 5 be the start node and 7 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 4 be the start node and 5 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 2 be the start node and 6 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 8 be the start node and 2 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 3 be the start node and 7 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 2 be the start node and 5 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 6 be the start node and 2 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 7 be the start node and 6 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 6 be the start node and 4 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 7 be the start node and 5 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 6 be the start node and 1 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 6 be the start node and 2 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 7 be the start node and 0 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 2 be the start node and 8 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 7 be the start node and 5 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 6 be the start node and 7 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 5 be the start node and 7 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 0 be the start node and 7 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 2 be the start node and 5 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 6 be the start node and 8 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 7 be the start node and 3 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 5 be the start node and 7 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 4 be the start node and 3 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 2 be the start node and 3 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 3 be the start node and 6 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 6 be the start node and 3 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 3 be the start node and 7 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 8 be the start node and 7 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 7 be the start node and 1 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 2 be the start node and 8 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 8 be the start node and 4 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 2 be the start node and 7 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 8 be the start node and 6 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 6 be the start node and 8 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 7 be the start node and 8 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 2 be the start node and 8 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 7 be the start node and 8 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 4 be the start node and 8 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 7 be the start node and 0 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 1 be the start node and 6 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 6 be the start node and 7 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 1 be the start node and 4 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 8 be the start node and 6 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 6 be the start node and 8 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 7 be the start node and 6 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 4 be the start node and 1 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 6 be the start node and 1 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 4 be the start node and 8 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 4 be the start node and 7 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 8 be the start node and 4 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 6 be the start node and 1 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 6 be the start node and 5 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 5 be the start node and 4 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 4 be the start node and 1 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 8 be the start node and 6 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?

Consider the following graph G. It consist of 9 nodes labeled with numbers as well as 12 edges connecting the nodes. Each edge is labeled with its cost. Let 7 be the start node and 6 be the goal node. Run Depth-first search on G. If the neighbors are visited in ascending order, how many nodes are in the path from start to goal?