|Feb12-09, 09:41 AM||#1|
Regions in complete graph
Say you draw the n'th complete graph in such a way that no three (or more) edges intersect at any one point (other then the vertices). Basically, the graphs are drawn such that they are equally spaced around a circle.
Always drawn as it shows here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Complete_graph
How many regions (triangles) are in the Knth complete graph? What is the logic behind this?
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