Discrete Mathematics with Graph Theory (3rd Edition) 249

Discrete - 4 2 1 4 BK W 4 G 3 F B R L Cube 4 R R G W Here is the solution indicated Cube 3 G B R B Cube 2 W G W R Cube 1 B W B G(h Here are the

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Section 9.1 F B R L Cube 4 G B W R Here is the solution indicated. Cube 3 R G B W Cube 2 B R G B Cube 1 W W R G (f) Here are the graph corresponding to the cubes and two edge disjoint subgraphs. 4 4 Here is the solution indicated. :2 R Bo4 R 2 2 1 1 W 4 G W 3 G Cube 4 Cube 3 Cube 2 Cube 1 F B R L B R G W G W R B W B W R R G B G (g) Here are the graph corresponding to the cubes and two edge disjoint subgraphs.
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Unformatted text preview: 4 2 1 4 BK W 4 G 3 F B R L Cube 4 R R G W Here is the solution indicated. Cube 3 G B R B Cube 2 W G W R Cube 1 B W B G (h) Here are the graph corresponding to the cubes and two edge disjoint subgraphs. 1 3 2 F B R L Cube 4 R G W B Here is the solution indicated. Cube 3 W W B W Cube 2 G B G G Cube 1 B R R R 247...
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