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# vertex

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## Example Sentences

For example, imagine you’ve got six vertices, each connected to every other vertex by edges.

The second is the average number of different cells sharing each vertex.

Then count up and average the number of vertices on all the bits of paper.

Mathematicians are particularly interested in understanding how many vertices and edges they can contain before different kinds of substructures emerge within them.

This means you’re far from being guaranteed a monochromatic clique of 5 vertices, which means the Ramsey number for this example is larger than 10 vertices.

The vertex is orange-coloured, with a black line in the middle.

Its shape varies from triangular to orbicular, the mouth of the animal forming the vertex of the triangle.

In D. Aloeus and its affinities, they are arranged in a triangle, whose vertex is towards the head.

Those parts which lie on the outside of the posterior half of the eyes, between which the Frons and Vertex intervene.

The point midway between the vertex V and center of curvature C is called the principal focus, F.