Hi! I was trying to solve that problem but it gave me WA on subtask 3. Reading the official solution, I realized that it was pretty similar to what I did, but verifying that the two components have a size more than `a`

. I verified that the remaining component (the one not used to assign vertices to `A`

) had a size more than or equal to `b`

.

Could someone tell me why the solution works? I just don't get it. Logically speaking (or writing lol), it would be impossible to assign `b`

vertices from a subgraph of size less than `b`

.

**Update**: Thinking very much, I realized why it works. Please correct me if I am wrong. If the size of the remaining component is greater or equal to `a`

and lower than `b`

, then we can use such component to assign vertices to `A`

and the "original" one to assign vertices to `B`

, because the size of the original component is greater than `(a+b+c)-b = (a+c) >= b`

(remember `b <= c`

so `b <= a+c`

).

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