A bipartite graph G = (S, T; E) is called complete if every vertex in S is joined to every vertex in T by an edge, and is denoted by K n1,n2 , where n 1 and n 2 are the numbers of vertices in S and T, respectively. How many edges does this graph have?

Chapter 23, PROBLEM SET 23.8 #16

A bipartite graph G = (S, T; E) is called complete if every vertex in S is joined to every vertex in T by an edge, and is denoted by Kn1,n2, where n1 and n2 are the numbers of vertices in S and T, respectively. How many edges does this graph have?

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