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Graph Theory was created by Euler when he was attempting to solve the Bridges of Konigsberg problem. While the mathematics of graph theory is fascinating and extremely useful in various domains, the concepts involved in graph theory are extremely useful for thinking about ideas and relationships. This second video is concerned with the use of graphs as representaional systems. We discuss graphs as used for transportation systems, in linguistics to indicate structure, and in various other areas of daily life and academia.