Q: What is the largest number of vertices in a graph with 35 edges if all vertices are of degree at least 3?

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36 vertices if all of them are or order two except one at each end.

no numbers have the same number of edges and vertices

for any prism , number of ___ + number of vertices = number of edges + ___

There is not a polyhedron with the given number of faces, edges and vertices.

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36 vertices if all of them are or order two except one at each end.

no numbers have the same number of edges and vertices

If you add the vertices and Faces and subtract 2 from that number you get the number of edges. Vertices+Faces=Edges+2

A sphere- there are no faces, edges or vertices

for any prism , number of ___ + number of vertices = number of edges + ___

There is no limit to the number of vertices nor edges.

minimum degree=3 min_degree<= 2|E|/|V| 3<=(2*35)/|V| |V|<=70/3 |V|<=23.3 |V|<=23 answerd by Yugandhar Reddy Akkisetty

Edges: 4, Vertices: 4 and Edges: still 4, their number hasn't changed!

There are 7 edges.

It has 7 faces, 15 edges and 10 vertices

Sphere ( 0 faces , 0 edges , 0 vertices )