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35. Let G and H be two undirected graphs. a minor of H if . 5 Planarity 37 vertex set into connected subsets such that contracting each of V1 , . . , Vk yields a graph which is isomorphic to G. In other words, G is a minor of H if it can be obtained from H by a series of operations of the following type: delete a vertex, delete an edge or contract an edge. Since neither of these operations destroys planarity, any minor of a planar graph is planar. Hence a graph which contains K 5 or K 3,3 as a minor cannot be planar.

G RAPH S CANNING A LGORITHM Input: A graph G (directed or undirected) and some vertex s. Output: The set R of vertices reachable from s, and a set T ⊆ E(G) such that (R, T ) is an arborescence rooted at s, or a tree. 1 Set R := {s}, Q := {s} and T := ∅. 2 If Q = ∅ then stop, else choose a v ∈ Q. Choose a w ∈ V (G) \ R with e = (v, w) ∈ E(G) or e = {v, w} ∈ E(G). If there is no such w then set Q := Q \ {v} and go to 2 . Set R := R ∪ {w}, Q := Q ∪ {w} and T := T ∪ {e}. Go to 2 . 16. The G RAPH S CANNING A LGORITHM works correctly.

6(a)). 38 2 Graphs (b) (a) (c) yi z yi yi+1 v C v w w C v w C yj z Fig. 6. 6(b). 6(c)). In both cases, there are four vertices y, z, y , z on C, in this cyclic order, with y, y ∈ (v) and z, z ∈ (w). This implies that we have a K 3,3 minor. The proof implies quite directly that every 3-connected simple planar graph has a planar embedding where each edge is embedded by a straight line and each face, except the outer face, is convex (Exercise 27(a)). 38. (Thomassen [1980]) Let G be a graph with at least ﬁve vertices which is not 3-connected and which contains neither K 5 nor K 3,3 as a minor.