Complete Graph: Definition & Example

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Which of the following statements is NOT true?

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1. What is a complete graph?

2. In the complete graph K9, what is the degree of each vertex in the graph?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

How is a complete graph defined? What is true about these graphs? You will need to be familiar with this type of information in order to successfully complete this quiz/worksheet assessment.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

When you take this quiz, you must be able to:

  • Recognize true and false statements about complete graphs
  • Describe a complete graph
  • Identify the degree of each vertex in a named complete graph
  • Determine the sum of all the vertices' degrees in a specific graph
  • Calculate how many edges are in a given complete graph

Skills Practiced

  • Problem solving - use acquired knowledge to solve complete graph practice problems
  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can accurately define a complete graph
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer true/false questions about complete graphs

Additional Learning

Review further details about this topic by accessing the lesson titled Complete Graph: Definition & Example. The lesson includes:

  • Sample illustrations of complete graphs
  • Complete graphs in the context of social media
  • The properties of complete graphs
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