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    rakan00
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    helpmee

    thanks much
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    Quote Originally Posted by rakan00 View Post
    please help by explaining in steps

    thanx


    Definition: A simple graph G is called self-complementary if G and G are isomorphic.
    a) Show that the following graph is self-complementary.


    This one is easy simply fill in what is missing and it is quite trivial to see they are isomorphic.
    b) Find a self-complementary simple graph on five vertices.
    Look below. (This looks right).
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    rakan00
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    so for a) its missing adjacent between c and d....can you please exaplain the steps to solve question like thatfor b and c i am not surethanx
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