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Partitions of Graphs XI: The Case of all Sufficiently Large n

This the eleventh in a series, the first being found here: Part 1, and the previous here Part 10. In this post I provide examples of Q1 graphs of all orders n, for sufficiently large n.  In particular this will … Continue reading

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Partitions of Graphs X: The Case of Composite Integers

This is the tenth in a series, the first being found here: Part 1, and the previous here: Part 9. In this post I introduce a family of graphs that provides examples of Q1 graphs for all composite orders.  If … Continue reading

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A Morning of Math

I’ve been sick and had to stay home from work the last several days. This morning I told my kids that they could choose to put away their clothes or do math. They chose math. I set both B and … Continue reading

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The Chicken’s Claw

I had my fifth evening of math with my kids.  I got a box of 100 washers from the hardware store and some yarn.  I had the kids draw some graphs and then make some graphs with the washers as … Continue reading

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Partitions of Graphs VI: Q1 Graphs

This is the sixth in a series.  The first is found here: Part I.  The previous is found here: Part V. I have defined q(G) to be: q(G) = p(n) – p(G), where n is the number of nodes in G. … Continue reading

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Partitions of Graphs V: Some Examples

This is the fifth in a series.  See the first here: Part I, and the previous here: Part IV. In my last post I said what I mean by p(G), when G is a graph.  Namely, it is the number … Continue reading

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