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Discrete Mathematics With ApplicationsAn alternative proof for Theorem 10.1.3 has the following outline. Suppose G is a connected graph in which every vertex has even degree. Suppose the path C: v 1 e 1 v 2 e 2 v 3 …e n v n + 1 has maximum length in G. That is, C has at least as many vertices and edges as any other path in G. First derive a contradiction from the assumption that v 1 ≠ v n . Next let H be the subgraph of G that contains all the vertices and edges in C. Then derive a contraction from the assumption that H ≠ G . Show that H contains every vertex of G, and show that H contains every edge of G.BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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Chapter 10.1, Problem 57ES

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An alternative proof for Theorem 10.1.3 has the following outline. Suppose G is a connected graph in which every vertex has even degree. Suppose the path C: v_{1}e_{1}v_{2}e_{2}v_{3}…e_{n}v_{n}_{+}_{1} has maximum length in G. That is, C has at least as many vertices and edges as any other path in G. First derive a contradiction from the assumption that

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