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\textbf{Lesson Thirteen: Importing Graphics}
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The easiest type of graphics file to import into \LaTeX\ is
the Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) format. Below is a graph
that was created using the software package Maple{\textregistered}
and then exported as an \verb!.eps! file.
\begin{figure}[h]
% As in the table enviroment, [h] means put the figure 'here.'
\begin{center}
\scalebox{.4}{\includegraphics{tangentgraph.eps}}
% The factor in \scalebox is used to shrink or enlarge your figure.
\caption{A graph of the tangent function.}
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If you take a course on graph theory, you'll learn that
an Eulerian circuit is one that uses each graph edge exactly
once. You'll also prove that a graph has such a circuit if
and only if no graph vertex has odd degree. Does the graph
below have an Eulerian circuit? If so, can you find one?
\begin{figure}[h]
\begin{center}
\scalebox{.5}{\includegraphics{euleriangraph.eps}}
\caption{A graph of airport connections.}
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