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Math 412 HW10 4/20/2014 Name: Due Friday, April 25, 2014 Students in section X13 (three credit hours) need to solve any four of the following five problems. Students in section X14 (four credit hours) must solve all five problems. 1. # 6.1.12 in the book. 2. Use Euler’s Formula to prove that the Petersen graph is not planar. 3. # 6.1.27 in the book. 4. Prove that the vertices of a simple planar graph G can ordered so that every vertex is preceded by at most 5 of its neighbors. In other words, prove that there exists an ordering
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  • Spring '13
  • Dr.ZAre
  • Graph Theory, #, Planar graph, Petersen, simple planar graph

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