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January 17th, 2013, 10:38 PM   #1
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Question on isomorph Graphs and their complement Graphs

Hey there,

I'd like to find all Graphs with 4 vertex that do not have an isomorph complementary graph.

Via drawing them, I found that all Graphs with Edges more than "4 over 2" / 2 do not have such an isomorph complementary graph.

Is this right?

"4 over2" / 2 is three. And the last Graph that has such a complem. isomorph graph has 3 edges.
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