Find all leaves (or terminal vertices) and all internal (or branch) vertices for the following tree.
All terminal vertices and all internal vertices for the given tree.
The diagram has vertices .
If a tree has one or two vertices, then each vertex is called a terminal vertex.
If a tree has at least vertices, then the vertex of degree in the tree is called the terminal vertex.
A vertex or degree greater than in the tree is called an internal vertex.
The degree of a vertex is equal to the number of edges that are incident on the vertex.
The edge which is part of a loop is counted twice.
The sum of the degrees of all the vertices of the tree graph is called the total degree of the graph.
The degree of a vertex is denoted as deg (vertex)
The degree of the vertices are shown below.
The degree or vertex , since only one edge is incident on vertex .
The degree or vertex is edges are incident on vertex .
The degree or vertex edges are incident on vertex
All terminal vertices and all internal vertices for the specified tree.
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