A spanning tree for a graph G is .
To fill in the blank of the statement “a spanning tree for the graph is____”.
A spanning tree for a graph isa subgraph of such that reformed as a tree containing all the vertices of the graph.
The statement is given as “A spanning tree for a graph is _____.”
In a normal graph we can observe circuits. But in some occasions, we have to face some difficulties with these circuits.
Hence, we form a subgraph/ a tree of the graph including all the vertices and missing the circuits without disconnecting the graph. These trees are called as spanning trees.
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