#### Answer

The original statement makes sense.

#### Work Step by Step

A path is a sequence of adjacent vertices in a graph. If a path starts and ends at the same vertex, then the path is a circuit. Thus, a circuit is a specific type of path.
However, there are many paths which are not circuits. If a path starts at one vertex and ends at a different vertex, then the path is not a circuit.
The original statement makes sense. The path along this graph is not a circuit. There are many paths which are not circuits, so it makes sense that there could be a path that is not a circuit.