18.S997 | Fall 2012 | Graduate
The Polynomial Method

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The Petersen graph, which is an example of a unit distance graph as discussed in Lecture 9. Each line segment in the graph has an equal (unit) length. Courtesy of David Benbennick. Used with permission.

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A graph of a star inside of a pentagon composed entirely of lines of equal length.
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The Petersen graph, which is an example of a unit distance graph as discussed in Lecture 9. Each line segment in the graph has an equal (unit) length. (Image is in the public domain courtesy of David Benbennick.)
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Courtesy of David Benbennick. Used with permission.
A graph of a star inside of a pentagon composed entirely of lines of equal length.
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