Register to reply

Asymetric graph with three nods

by Tom83B
Tags: asymetric, graph, nods
Share this thread:
Tom83B
#1
Dec30-12, 06:59 AM
P: 46
Why isn't this graph:
1-2 3
asymetric?
I think there exists only one automorphism:
2-1 3
but I'm also supposed to prove that ther are no asymetric graphs with 1<|V(G)|<=5
so it can't be assymetric
Phys.Org News Partner Mathematics news on Phys.org
'Moral victories' might spare you from losing again
Fair cake cutting gets its own algorithm
Effort to model Facebook yields key to famous math problem (and a prize)
Tom83B
#2
Dec30-12, 07:07 AM
P: 46
Oh I see now! It can have no non-trivial symmetries and permutation (1 2) is already a non-trivial symmetry.
Sorry to bother


Register to reply

Related Discussions
Asymetric truss Introductory Physics Homework 1
Asymetric truss Mechanical Engineering 2
Math name for asymetric-pair relationship? General Math 1
Is there a clever method for integrating over asymetric paraboloids Calculus & Beyond Homework 0
Refreshing paper by Rovelli (nods to filmmaker Khrzhanovsky) Beyond the Standard Model 2