# Let G = (V, be a graph Prove that sigma n = V dog^+ (v) = sigma

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Let G = (V, be a graph. Prove that sigma_n = V dog^+ (v)
= sigma_n = v dug (v) using weak inductions on the
number of edges, |E| Complete the house east (when |E| =
0); Complete the inductive step What is your inductive
hypothesis? What are you trying to prove? Complete the
proof;
Solution
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Let G = (V, be a graph. Prove that sigma_n = V dog^+ (v) = sigma_n = v dug (v) using weak inductions on the number of edges, |E| Complete the house east (when |E| = 0); Complete the inductive step What is your inductive hypothesis? What are you tryin g to prove? Complete the proof; Solution .. ...
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