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Let $P$ be an arbitrary simple path in the graph. If $P$ appears in a Hamiltonian cycle of the graph, you can remove all the vertices of $p$ except the first and the last vertex, connect these two vertices with an edge and the resulting graph must be Hamiltonian. Keeping this in mind, we can build the Hamiltonian cycle step by step starting with path of ...


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