By Alan Tucker

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Regular graphs of order 10. 5, there is neither a 1-regular nor a 3-regular graph of order 5. If G is an r -regular graph of order n, then 0 ≤ r ≤ n − 1. Since no graph can contain an odd number of odd vertices, no r -regular graph of order n can exist if r and n are both odd. With the exception of this restriction, it is always possible to construct an r -regular graph of order n. 5: For every two integers r and n, not both odd, with 0 ≤ r ≤ n − 1, there exists an r -regular graph of order n. Proof: Begin by placing the n vertices v1 , v2 , .

S............................................................................ .. .............................................................. ........... ......... ........... .................... .. .. .......................................... ....................... 21. The construction of a 3-regular graph F containing G as an induced subgraph. 6: For any graph G, there exists a regular graph F containing G as an induced subgraph.

Y z u G: x w v ........ ...... ... ... ... ...... ... . ...... .. . . .. ..... . . ...... . .. ........ ...... ...... ... . .. ...... . ... ........ . .......... 2. A graph and its complement. z x Classifying Graphs 27 This says that two vertices u and v have the same degree in a graph G if and only if u and v have the same degree in G. 1 come in complementary pairs: H1 = G 1 , H2 = G 2 and H3 = G 3 .