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Let G be an undirected graph with n vertices. Assume that a robot is placed on a vertex and n − 2 obstacles are placed on the other vertices. A vertex on which neither a robot nor an obstacle is placed is said to have a hole. Consider a single player game in which a robot or obstacle can be moved to adjacent vertex if it has a hole. The objective is to take the robot to a fixed destination vertex using minimum number of moves. In general, it is not necessary that the robot will take...