I am trying to solve this problem. The editorial for this problem uses the following approach

Can anyone explain me the Inclusion-Exclusion formula shown here?

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Given tree T on n vertices, how many k -colorings does it have that use all k colors? HELP!!!

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I am trying to solve this problem. The editorial for this problem uses the following approach

Can anyone explain me the Inclusion-Exclusion formula shown here?

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