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    Does every graph have a spanning tree? If not, then can you tell from the number of nodes and the number of edges a graph has whether it has a spanning tree, or do you need more information?

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    To have a spanning tree, the graph must be connected, i.e. given any
    two nodes A and B, there exists a path that connects A and B.

    Every ...

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    Spanning trees and graphs are discussed. The edges of a graph are determined.

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