Is this possible, if so how would I start? Tree, twelve vertices, fifteen edges?
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A tree, in the sense I understand it, always has one less edge than vertex.
Originally Posted by topspin1617 A tree, in the sense I understand it, always has one less edge than vertex. So your saying there should be 11 edges? Does anyone know if this is true?
A tree is connected, a-cyclic graph. From that it follows that a tree with n vertices has (n-1) edges.
Thanks Makes sense, this is impossible.
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