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memberships

being {B,C,D}, {A,E, F}, {A,B,E,F}, {A,B,D, F} and {A,B,C}. The

activities of each committee are to be reviewed by a senator who is

not on that committee. Can five distinct senators be selected from the

six? How?

students known to them, three students each as candidates for the

school council. At least one student nominated by each teacher is to be

in Year 12. No student may be nominated by more than one teacher.

Describe how the problem of determining whether or not it is possible

for all teachers to nominate students as required may be expressed as

(a) a matching problem in a bipartite graph, (b) a transport network

problem.

consist of three copies of each teacher, one whose “job" it is to seek a

Year 12 student, the other two whose “job" it is to seek one student

each, not necessarily Year 12. The Y vertices represent the students

(one for each student). The edges are formed by joining each X vertex

representing a seeker of a Year 12 student to all the Year 12 students

he or she knows, and each seeker of a not-necessarily-Year 12 student

to all the students he or she knows (Year 12 or not).

A complete matching X to Y in this graph corresponds to a solution of

the problem of finding the three students for each teacher, and

whether a complete matching exists depends on whether or not the

conditions of Hall's Matching theorem are satisfied.

two copies of each teacher, one whose “job" it is to seek a Year 12

student, the other whose “job" it is to seek two students, not

necessarily Year 12. The Y vertices represent the students (one for

each student). The edges are formed by joining each X vertex

representing a seeker of a Year 12 student to all the Year 12 student

he or she knows, and each seeker of two not-necessarily-Year 12

students to all the students he or she knows (Year 12 or not).

Add a source a joined to each X vertex, and a sink z joined to each Y

vertex.

Take the capacities of the edges from a to each seeker of a Year 12

student to be 1, and from a to each seeker of two not-necessarily-Year

12 students to be 2.

Take the capacities of all X to Y edges to be 1, and the capacities of all

Y to z

edges to be 1 (reflecting the requirement that each student can be

nominated

by at most one teacher). Assume all edges are directed from a to X,

from X

to Y , and from Y to z. Then each teacher can nominate 3 students,

including at least one Year 12 one, if and only if this transport network

has a maximal flow of

3|X| / 2, the corresponding minimal cut being {a| the rest}.

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