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Give a linear-time algorithm to determine the longest unweighted path in an

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Problem 9.44

Give a linear-time algorithm to determine the longest unweighted path in an acyclicundirected graph (that is, a tree).

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Biology for Non-Science Majors Chapter 1: A View of Life (Section 1.1) Biology is the study of life. In this section of the chapter, you should be able to distinguish levels of biological organization and identify the basic characteristics of life. Smallest to Largest: Atom- smallest unit of matter/element (composed of electrons, protons, and neutrons) Molecule- two or more atoms bonded together (of the same or different elements) Cell- smallest unit of life (structural and functional unit of all living organisms) Tissue- group of cells with similar functions and structure (muscle, skin, blood) Organ- two or more tissues functioning together for a specific task (heart, skeleton) Organ System- two or more organs working together (circulatory system, nervous system) Organism- an individual (the formation of the cell is what starts the build of the complex systems for an organism) Population- total number of a single species in a given area Community- all the population in an area (biotic/living factors) Ecosystem- biotic and ab1otic factors/community plus physical environment (rainfall, latitude, etc.) 1 Abiotic factors determine biotic factors. Biosphere- all ecosystems of planet Earth (all regions of the Earth that are inhabited by living organisms) o Organisms obey the same laws of chemistry and physics that govern the universe o Moving up through the list, you can distinguish that each new level acquires properties/unique characteris

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