# Spanning Sets - Purdue Math

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Spanning trees. What we do today: â¡ Calculating the shortest path in Dijkstra's algorithm. â¡ Look at time complexity of shortest path. â¡ Definitions. â¡ Minimum spanning trees. â¡ 3 greedy algorithms (including Kruskal & Prim). â¡ Concluding

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