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Chapter 1.4, Problem 1TY
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A graph consists of two finite sets: ______and ______, where each edge is associated with a set consisting of ______.

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The fill up for the statement: A graph consists of two finite sets: ____ where each edge is associated with a set consisting of _____.

Answer to Problem 1TY

A graph consists of two finite sets: a finite, a nonempty set of vertices and a finite set of edges where each edge is associated with a set consisting of one or two vertices called its end points.

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A graph consists of two finite sets: a finite, a nonempty set of vertices and a finite set of edges where each edge is associated with a set consisting of one or two vertices called its end points. Vertices are the points on the graph and the points joined by the lines are known as the edges so there are always finite set of vertices and finite set of edges.

Conclusion:

Thus, a graph consists of two finite sets: a finite, a nonempty set of vertices and a finite set of edges where each edge is associated with a set consisting of one or two vertices called its end points.

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