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## The problem of finding a path in a graph that visits every vertex exactly once is called? |

A. | hamiltonian path problem |

B. | hamiltonian cycle problem |

C. | subset sum problem |

D. | turnpike reconstruction problem |

Answer» A. hamiltonian path problem | |

Explanation: hamiltonian path problem is a problem of finding a path in a graph that visits every node exactly once whereas hamiltonian cycle problem is finding a cycle in a graph. |

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