Evaluate the maximum flow, Advanced Statistics

In the network shown below, the rst of the two numbers on each arc indicates the arc capacity and the second (in parentheses) of the two numbers indicates the current  flow. Use the algorithm described on page 195 of Wallis' textbook to nd a maximum flow from s to t, starting from the current  flow.

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