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Homework One CS 291 : Discrete Structures II Winter 2004, VOB, ref. no. 14136 Due date: Feb. 10, Tuesday, in class There are 13 problems with 10 points each. Section 8.2 1. Page 555, Exercise 26 2. Page 556, Exercise 34 3. Page 556, Exercise 42 Section 8.3 4. Page 565, Exercise 38 5. Page 565, Exercise 40 Section 8.4 6. Page 575, Exercise 18(b) Section 8.5 7. Page 589, Exercise 10 8. Page 589, Exercise 28 9. Read the solution for Exercise 55, and then Prove the following graph does not have a Hamiltonian cycle.

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Unformatted text preview: 1 a b c d f e k h g j m n o Section 8.6 10. Use the Dijkstra's algorithm to find the shortest path from a to z for the following graph. The initialization is given in the graph. You need to show detailed steps. a b c d e f g z 5 3 6 3 10 9 4 8 3 12 7 + ∞, nil + ∞, nil + ∞, nil + ∞, nil + ∞, nil + ∞, nil + ∞, nil 0 , nil 1 2 Section 8.7 11. Page 611, Exercise 14 12. Page 611, Exercise 16 13. Page 611, Exercise 22 2...
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