CS208 Week 6 Homework

# CS208 Week 6 Homework - appears first in alphabetical order...

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1 2 E F A 2 1 2 1 1 3 1 G C 1 5 3 K 2 1 4 B D H F E A K G C H J B D A M N L H G F E D C B K CS208 - Week 6 Homework November 22, 2010 Discrete Math CS 208 Online 1. (Similar to Exercise 5.2 Question 19 on page 251) Starting from A, use Prim’s algorithm to find a minimal spanning tree  for the weighted graph. What is the total weight of the minimal spanning tree found? To obtain the full credit, you must show  the edges that form the minimal spanning tree. See the weekly Supplement for an example. Total Weight = 10 2. (Similar to Exercise 5.3 Question 3 on page 263) Given the following graph, starting vertex A, use the depth-first search  algorithm to obtain a depth-first search numbering of the vertices. If there is a choice of vertices, choose the vertex that

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Unformatted text preview: appears first in alphabetical order. Vertices Depth-First Search Number Predecessor Unlabeled Adjacent Vertices A 1--C,F,G C 2 A G, H G 3 C H, J H 4 G J, F, D D 5 H F, B, K B 6 D K, E E 7 B F, K F 8 E None, back up to E K 9 E None, back up to E, B, D, H J 10 H None 3. ( Similar to Exercise 5.5 Questions 17, 23, and 29 on page 285 and page 286) Given the following binary tree, give the preorder, inorder, and postorder listing of vertices. The preorder is: A, K, E, G, L, B, H, N, F, D, C, M The inorder is: L, G, E, K, N, H, B, A, F, D, M, C The postorder is: L, G, E, N, H, B, K, M, C, D, F, A...
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