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    So I have two points not connected to anything. One point specifies it can't be connected to another point but other than that nothing and the other point has no information. Are you able to have blank point in Bipartite graphs


    For those who want the question it's basically joe, andy, dean and tom go to a disco, so do mary, laura, erin, anna, julie. Mary dances with andy all night. Laura does not like dean so doesn't dance with him. Erin likes joe and dean so dances with them exclusively. julie will dance with anyone available.

    So what do i do with laura and anna
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    (Original post by RogueLeader)
    So I have two points not connected to anything. One point specifies it can't be connected to another point but other than that nothing and the other point has no information. Are you able to have blank point in Bipartite graphs


    For those who want the question it's basically joe, andy, dean and tom go to a disco, so do mary, laura, erin, anna, julie. Mary dances with andy all night. Laura does not like dean so doesn't dance with him. Erin likes joe and dean so dances with them exclusively. julie will dance with anyone available.

    So what do i do with laura and anna
    These questions usually have equal numbers on both sides of the graph (at least in Edexcel D1 they do). Could you confirm that what you've posted is the full question?
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    (Original post by old_engineer)
    These questions usually have equal numbers on both sides of the graph (at least in Edexcel D1 they do). Could you confirm that what you've posted is the full question?
    Yeah. I do OCR MEI
 
 
 
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