First the metric is calculated to reach a particular destination. Now if there are more than 2 routes to reach a particular destination metric ill be calculated for both the routes to reach the destination using a particular formula which is
(10000000/minimum bandwidth + total delay) *256
Now once the metric is calculated for both the routes the route having the minimum metric will be considered as the feasible distance and will be placed in the routing table.
Now it will check a criteria if the second route can be placed as a feasible successor or not. For that EIGRP will calculate the reported distance for second route which is calculatd using the same formula with only difference that it will be calculated form the upstream router towards the destination. If the reported distance metric is less than the metric calculated for feasible distance then the second route will be placed as a feasible successor in eigrp topology table.
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