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    Spanning Trees

    How could I go about determining how many non isomorphic spanning trees

    kn would have?

    Is there a particular formula involved that I am not seeing, or is it simply a process of creating the spanning trees and then discarding those that aren't isomorphic?

    I found the formula to determine how many unique spanning trees would exists but this doesn't little towards isomorphism.

    Thanks.
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    Got it, thanks anyway.
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