List the edges in the MST in the order in which they are discovered by Kruskal's algorithm. Since all edge weights are distinct, identify each edge by its weight (instead of its endpoints).
2. Repeat question 1 for Prim's algorithm, starting the search at A.
3. Explain briefly, but rigorously, why running Kruskal's algorithm with the squares of the weights yields an MST on the original network (with the original weights). Assume all weights are nonnegative.