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(c) Depth-first spanning tree (costs ignored): a b g f c i e d h 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 (d) Breadth-first spanning tree (costs ignored): a b g f c i e d h 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 Question 10 We use the depth-first spanning tree from question 9(c), and redraw it to highlight the tree structure. a 1 / 1 b 2 / 1 c 3 / 1 d 4 / 1 e 5 / 1 h 8 / 1 f 6 / 1 i 7 / 1 g 9 / 1 The numbers listed in the vertices are ( dfnumber [ v ] / low [ v ]). For every vertex v , low
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