Chromatic Number of Graph

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Introduction to Chromatic Number of Graph

The chromatic number of a graph is the minimum number of colors needed to color the vertices of the graph such that no adjacent vertices have the same color. In this formula, the edges represents the number of edges in the graph, and vertices represents the number of vertices. The result indicates the minimum number of colors required to color the graph.

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The number of edges and vertices should be non-negative integers.


This formula calculates the chromatic number of a graph, which is useful in various areas including computer science, scheduling problems, and coloring maps.

Tags: Graph Theory, Coloring, Minimum Colors