Is a complete graph meaningful ?

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Is "a complete graph" meaningful ?

Is "a complete graph" meaningful ?
 

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matt grime
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Yes, it is. But where does the question come from?
 
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I thought no one says "a complete graph", I also don't know what it is.

Thanks for your answer, bye
 
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matt grime
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It has a well defined meaning in Graph Theory. But I don't know if that is what you wanted: the complete graph (with n vetices) is the one with all possible edges. They are all isomorphic, as graphs, so we can say 'the complete graph' with n vertices.
 

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