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What is a Bipartite Graph in graph theory?
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A bipartite graph is a graph in which its vertices are partitioned into 2 sets, A and B. G is said to have a bipartition (A, B), such that each edge in G joins a vertex in A to a vertex in B.

 

NB: A $\textbf{complete bipartite graph}, K_{m, n}$ has all vertices in A adjacent to all vertices in B with $|A| = m$ and $|B| = n$.
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