CS 109_Fall2016-HW2 - CS 109 Introduction to Computing...

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CS 109: Introduction to Computing Sukhatme Fall 2016 Homework Assignment 2 Assigned: 9/25/2016 via Blackboard Due: 2359 (i.e. 11:59 pm) on 10/3/2016 via Blackboard Notes: a. This is the second homework assignment of CS 109. It is worth 4% of your overall grade for this class. You must solve all problems correctly to obtain full credit. b. You are free to discuss the problems on this assignment with your classmates. However, to receive credit, you must write up and submit solutions completely on your own. You are responsible for understanding your answers. The purpose of discussing the questions with your classmates is to deepen your understanding of the material – not simply to obtain answers from them. To get the most out of the class, you are strongly encouraged to make a serious effort to understand and solve the problems on your own before discussing them with others. c. On the work you turn in, you must list the names of everyone with whom you discussed the assignment. d. All answers must be typed, not handwritten. The homework must be turned in as a single PDF document on Blackboard. Other formats will not be graded.
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Problem 1: Graphs [4 points] The degree of a vertex in a Graph is defined as the number of other vertices to which it is connected.
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