# Question: given a bipartite affiliation graph that shows the membership of...

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Given a bipartite affiliation graph that shows the membership of people in different social foci, the corresponding projected graph has just people as the nodes, with two nodes connected when they have a focus in common. Give an example of two different affiliation networks - on the same set of people, but with different numbers of foci - so that the projected graphs from these two different affiliation networks are the same.