# Data Structure - Question Details

##### What is a bipartite graph?

B. A graph with two vertices

C. A graph with two edge colors

**D. A graph whose vertices can be split into two disjoint sets**

In a bipartite graph, the vertices can be split into two disjoint sets, and edges only connect vertices from different sets.

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