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Discrete Mathematics With ApplicationsLet G be a graph with n vertices, and let v and w be distinct vertices of G. Prove that if there is a walk from v to w; then there is a walk from v to w that has length less than or equal to n-1. If A=(a i j ) and B=(b i j ) are any m × n matrix whose ijth entry is a i j +b i j for each I = 1,2, …., m and j=1,2,….,n. Let G be a graph with n vertices where n>1, and let A be the adjacency matrix of G. Prove that G is connected if, and only if, every entry of A+A 2 +…+A n -1.BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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- Let G be a graph with n vertices, and let v and w be distinct vertices of G. Prove that if there is a walk from v to w; then there is a walk from v to w that has length less than or equal to n-1.
- If A=(a
_{i}_{j}) and B=(b_{i}_{j}) are any m × n matrix whose ijth entry is a_{i}_{j}+b_{i}_{j}^{}for each I = 1,2, …., m and j=1,2,….,n. Let G be a graph with n vertices where n>1, and let A be the adjacency matrix of G. Prove that G is connected if, and only if, every entry of A+A^{2}+…+A^{n}-1.

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