L Leonardox Apr 2017 165 6 New York May 7, 2019 #1 what is the chromatic number of K(m,n) and Qn? my guess is X(Km,n)= n-1 and X(Qn)= 2^n but I needed to confirm that. thanks.

what is the chromatic number of K(m,n) and Qn? my guess is X(Km,n)= n-1 and X(Qn)= 2^n but I needed to confirm that. thanks.

romsek Math Team Sep 2015 2,871 1,607 USA May 7, 2019 #2 In order to have any idea how to respond I'd need the following info definitions of K(m,n) and Qn. definition of X()

In order to have any idea how to respond I'd need the following info definitions of K(m,n) and Qn. definition of X()

L Leonardox Apr 2017 165 6 New York May 7, 2019 #3 Hi Romsek, sorry I needed to be more clear. K(m,n) is a m to n bipartite graph and Qn. hypercube grap with n vertex and X(....) means the chromatic number of whatever we insert inside.

Hi Romsek, sorry I needed to be more clear. K(m,n) is a m to n bipartite graph and Qn. hypercube grap with n vertex and X(....) means the chromatic number of whatever we insert inside.

L Leonardox Apr 2017 165 6 New York May 7, 2019 #4 I found the answers after some search and trial error. thanks community and ignore the question.