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    rakan00
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    right answer

    thanx much
    Last edited by rakan00; March 24th 2007 at 08:58 AM.
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    The two graphs are not isomorphic!
    The best way to deal with near complete graphs is to look at their complements.
    Draw the complements and see that the complements are not isomorphic, so the graphs are themselves not isomorphic.
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    sorry how can i know the complements...... i forgot bout it .... please help me with this quesion thanks
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    It is clear that G' and H' are not isomorphic!
    So G and H are not isomorphic.
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    thanx much plato
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