Discrete Mathematics with Graph Theory (3rd Edition) 248

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246 (c) To the right, we show the graph which corresponds to the cubes. There are two pairs of edge disjoint subgraphs, as shown on the right below (the first and second, and first and third subgraphs). The solutions indicated are Cube 4 Cube 3 Cube 2 Cube 1 F B R L R G B R W W G G G B W B B R R W and Cube 4 Cube 3 Cube 2 Cube 1 Solutions to Exercises
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Unformatted text preview: F B R L R G B W W W R B G B G R B R W G (d) Here are the graph corresponding to the cubes and two edge disjoint subgraphs. Here is the solution indicated. Cube 4 Cube 3 Cube 2 Cube 1 F B R L R G B R B B G W G W W B W R R G (e) [BB] Here are the graph corresponding to the cubes and two edge disjoint subgraphs. 1...
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