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By removing unnecessary vertices (and the corresponding edges) at a distance one from each vertex in the tree we can obtain a (2, 3)-tree from this (1, 2)-tree. But we can remove at most D neighbours from each vertex. Thus, we obtain a (2, 3)-tree of size at least r from this (1, 2)-tree. Since the vertices are not adjacent in a (2, 3)-tree, a (1, 2)-tree of size Dr is bad with probability at most (3D14 )r . D3 r sT < sT (3D3 )r . The number of (1, 2)-trees of size Dr is at most (D2 −1)Dr+1 r So the probability of obtaining a bad (1, 2)-tree of size Dr, after rounding, is at sT 1 most sT (3D3 )r (3D14 )r ≤ D .
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