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of G if, for each edge (u, v) ∈ E, either u ∈ U or v ∈ U . That is, each edge

has at least one end point in U . The decision problem V-COVER is defined

as:

vertex cover with K or fewer elements?

(b) Use (a) to argue that V-COVER is NP-complete.

with 3DM:

of quadruples M ⊆ W × X × Y × Z, is there a subset M 0 ⊆ M ,

such that each element of W, X, Y and Z appears in exactly one

triple in M 0 .

a Hamiltonian Path from s to t in G is a path that begins at s, ends at t

and visits every vertex in V exactly once. We define the decision problem

HamPath as:

Hamiltonian path from s to t?

(a) Give a polynomial time reduction from the Hamiltonian cycle problem

to HamPath.

(b) Give a polynomial time reduction from HamPath to the problem of

determining whether a graph has a Hamiltonian cycle.

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