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4th Edition

Richard N. Aufmann + 3 others

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781305965584

Chapter 5.4, Problem 21ES

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Scheduling Six student clubs need to hold meetings on the same day, but some students belong to more than one club. In order to avoid members missing meetings, the meetings need to be scheduled during different time slots. An "X" in the table below indicates that the two corresponding clubs share at least one member. Use graph coloring to determine the minimum number of time slots necessary to ensure that all club members can attend all meetings.

To determine

The minimum time slot for all the club members to attend all the meetings.

**Given:**

Refer the table for the problem.

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No of clubs | Student newspaper | Honor society | Biology association | Gaming club | Debate team | Engineering club |

Student newspaper | - | X | X | |||

Honor society | - | X | X | X | ||

Biology association | X | X | - | X | ||

Gaming club | X | - | X | X | ||

Debate team | X |