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A tree in a graph is a subgraph that is connected and has no cycles. A spanning tree in a graph is a tree that contains all vertices of the graph. If we pick a tree randomly in a ladder graph, what is the probability the tree will be a spanning tree? We will explore the answer to this question for ladders with a small number of vertices.
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Shao, Yida, "Counting Trees in Ladder Graphs" (2018). Senior Projects Spring 2018. 39.
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