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Linear graphs are used in mathematics to model many real-life phenomena. A finite linear graph G is a Hausdorff space that is written as the union of finitely many arcs, each pair of which intersect in at most a common end point. The arcs are called the edges of the graph, and the end points of the arcs are called the vertices of the graph.
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junglenutz | 32.20 | 93.5% |

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