# Is there a simple graph with twice as many edges as

## Problem 35E Chapter 10.1

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Problem 35E

Is there a simple graph with twice as many edges as vertices? Explain. (You may find it helpful to use the result of exercise.)ExerciseUse the result of exercise to show that the number of edges of a simple graph with n vertices is less than or equal ExerciseRecall that Kn denotes a complete graph on n vertices.a. Draw K6.________________b. Show that for all integers n > 1, the number of edges of

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