ECO 108 - Math 4/52021 Exam I Review Exam I will be given...

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Math 4/52021 Exam I Review Exam I will be given in class on Thursday, October 8, 2009 . It will cover Chapters 1 and 2, Homework #1–#4, and material from class through September 29. The problems will be similar to homework problems. Listed below are the basic terminology and results you should be familiar with and the types of problems and skills to be tested. Proofs of basic results related to the listed terminology and theorems may be included. Statements of definitions/theorems and proofs of theorems will not be on the exam. Terminology § 1.1: vertex, edge, graph, adjacent, incident, directed graph, path, circuit, matching, independent set § 1.2: isomorphism (undirected graphs only), degree of a vertex, subgraph, complement, complete graph K n § 1.3: bipartite graph § 1.4: planar graph, plane graph, dual graph, region, complete bipartite graph K m,n § 2.1: cycle, trail, Euler cycle, Euler trail, multigraph, line graph L ( G ) § 2.2: Hamilton circuit, Hamilton path § 2.3: k -coloring, chromatic number χ ( G ), chromatic polynomial, edge coloring
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