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CSE 21 Fall 2016Homework 4Due: Tuesday, October 25, 2016 at 10:00pmInstructionsHomework should be done in groups ofone to threepeople. You are free to change groupmembers at any time throughout the quarter. Problems should be solved together, not dividedup between partners.Asingle representativeof your group should submit your workthroughGradescope. Submissions must be received by10:00pmon the due date, and thereare no exceptions to this rule.You will be able to look at your scanned work before submitting it. Please ensure that yoursubmission islegible(neatly written and not too faint) or your homework may not be graded.Students should consult their textbook, class notes, lecture slides, instructors, TAs, and tutorswhen they need help with homework. Students should not look for answers to homeworkproblems in other texts or sources, including the internet. You may ask questions about thehomework in office hours, butnot on Piazza.Your assignments in this class will be evaluated not only on the correctness of your answers,but on your ability to present your ideas clearly and logically. You shouldalways explainhow you arrived at your conclusions andjustify your answerswith mathematically soundreasoning. Whether you use formal proof techniques or write a more informal argument forwhy something is true, your answers should always be well-supported. Your goal should be toconvince the readerthat your results and methods are sound.For questions that require pseudocode, you can follow the same format as the textbook, or youcan write pseudocode in your own style, as long as you specify what your notation means. Forexample, are you using “=” to mean assignment or to check equality? You are welcome to useany algorithm from class as a subroutine in your pseudocode. For example, if you want to sortlist A using InsertionSort, you can call InsertionSort(A) instead of writing out the pseudocodefor InsertionSort.Required ReadingRosen 10.1, 10.2, 10.3, 10.4 through Theorem 1, 10.5 through Example7.Key ConceptsGraphs (definitions, modeling problems using graphs), Hamiltonian tours,Eulerian tours, Fleury’s algorithm.1

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