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a) What is the degree of vertex Q ? b) What is the degree of vertex R ? c) How many components does the graph have ? Solution a) OQ , QR , QT , QV as it is attached to 4 other vertices - degree - 4 b) QR ,RS ,RV it is attached to 3 vertices degree = 3 c) i did not get the meaning of component.

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a) What is the degree of vertex Q ?
b) What is the degree of vertex R ?
c) How many components does the graph have ?
Solution
a) OQ , QR , QT , QV as it is attached to 4 other vertices - degree - 4 b) QR ,RS
,RV it is attached to 3 vertices degree = 3 c) i did not get the meaning of component

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