# Chromatic Number of Graph

## 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.

## Parameter Usage:

`edges`

= the number of edges in the graph`vertices`

= the number of vertices in the graph

## Output:

`minimumColors`

= minimum number of colors needed to color the graph

## Data Validation:

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

## Summary

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