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## How do you find the complement of a graph?

Complement of Graph

- Let ‘G−’ be a simple graph with some vertices as that of ‘G’ and an edge {U, V} is present in ‘G−’, if the edge is not present in G.
- |E(G)| + |E(‘G-‘)| = |E(Kn)|, where n = number of vertices in the graph.

## Is K4 4 a planar graph?

The graph K4,4−e has no finite planar cover.

**Is K4 complete graph?**

K4 is a Complete Graph with 4 vertices. Planar Graph: A graph is said to be a planar graph if we can draw all its edges in the 2-D plane such that no two edges intersect each other. The Complete Graph K4 is a Planar Graph.

### What does K4 mean in graph theory?

First let’s see a few examples. Example 19.1: The complete graph K4 consisting of 4 vertices and with an edge between every pair of vertices is planar.

### What do you mean by complement of a graph?

In graph theory, the complement or inverse of a graph G is a graph H on the same vertices such that two distinct vertices of H are adjacent if and only if they are not adjacent in G. The complement is not the set complement of the graph; only the edges are complemented.

**What is the complement of a complete graph?**

The complement of the complete graph Kn is the graph on n vertices having no edges (an independent set of n vertices).

## How do you know if a graph is planar?

Planar Graphs: A graph G= (V, E) is said to be planar if it can be drawn in the plane so that no two edges of G intersect at a point other than a vertex. Such a drawing of a planar graph is called a planar embedding of the graph. For example, K4 is planar since it has a planar embedding as shown in figure 1.8. 1.

## Who proved the four color theorem?

Kenneth Appel

[1]. A computer-assisted proof of the four color theorem was proposed by Kenneth Appel and Wolfgang Haken in 1976. Their proof reduced the infinitude of possible maps to 1,936 reducible configurations (later reduced to 1,476) which had to be checked one by one by computer and took over a thousand hours [1].

**Is K4 a eulerian?**

Note that K4,4 is the only one of the above with an Euler circuit. Notice also that the closures of K3,3 and K4,4 are the corresponding complete graphs, so they are Hamiltonian. Since the number of remaining components n exceeds m, the theorem excludes a Hamilton cycle.

### Is a complete graph a clique?

A complete graph is often called a clique. The size of the largest clique that can be made up of edges and vertices of G is called the clique number of G.

### Is a graph with 1 vertex connected?

A graph with just one vertex is connected. An edgeless graph with two or more vertices is disconnected. A directed graph is called weakly connected if replacing all of its directed edges with undirected edges produces a connected (undirected) graph.

**What makes a perfect graph?**

It states that a graph is perfect if the sizes of the largest clique, and the largest independent set, when multiplied together, equal or exceed the number of vertices of the graph, and the same is true for any induced subgraph.