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- Given that a graph contains no odd cycle...

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## Given that a graph contains no odd cycle. Is it enough to tell that it is bipartite? |

A. | yes |

B. | no |

Answer» A. yes | |

Explanation: it is required that the graph is connected also. if it is not then it cannot be called a bipartite graph. |

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