Talk:Degeneracy (graph theory)

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Examples[edit]

There seems to be a mistake in the last paragraph of "Examples". Having a regular connected component is not a nessecary condition for the graph to be degenerate of the maximum degree. In the source either it is a typo or more likely col(G) doesn't actually stand for the degeneracy of G. To correct, one could state, "More strongly, the degeneracy of a graph equals its maximum vertex degree if and only if at least one subgraph of G is regular of maximum degree. For all other graphs, the degeneracy is strictly less than the maximum degree." — Preceding unsigned comment added by 82.130.77.94 (talk) 14:22, 8 December 2016 (UTC)

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