Let $G$ be an arbitrary graph with $n$ nodes and $k$ components. If a vertex is removed from $G$, the number of components in the resultant graph must necessarily lie down between
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If a vertex is removed from the graph $G$,
Lower Bound: number of components decreased by one $= k - 1$ (remove an isolated vertex which was a component)
Upper Bound: number of components $= n-1$ (consider a vertex connected to all other vertices in a component as in a star and all other vertices outside this component being isolated. Now, removing the considered vertex makes all other $n-1$ vertices isolated making $n-1$ components)
in a completely connected graph, there is only one component, so after removing one vertex, the number of connected components still stay 1, so should it not be k to n-1 ?
is it true that lies between k-1 and n-1 include k-1 and [email protected] Danish& Arjun sir
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