- We would like to create a $4$-by-$4$ square grid using pieces of wire such that the sides of the squares are $1$ inch and we are not allowed to cut the I think it is Euler tour related, and the grid itself should contain no Euler tour since there are more than $2$ vertices with odd number of degrees.
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