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A002851 Number of unlabeled trivalent (or cubic) connected simple graphs with 2n nodes.
(Formerly M1521 N0595)
1, 0, 1, 2, 5, 19, 85, 509, 4060, 41301, 510489, 7319447, 117940535, 2094480864, 40497138011, 845480228069, 18941522184590, 453090162062723, 11523392072541432, 310467244165539782, 8832736318937756165 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
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House of Graphs, Cubic graphs
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Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics, Connected Graph
Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics, Cubic Graph
G.f. = 1 + x^2 + 2*x^3 + 5*x^4 + 19*x^5 + 85*x^6 + 509*x^7 + 4060*x^8 + 41302*x^9 + 510489*x^10 + 7319447*x^11 + ...
a(0) = 1 because the null graph (with no vertices) is vacuously 3-regular.
a(1) = 0 because there are no simple connected cubic graphs with 2 nodes.
a(2) = 1 because the tetrahedron is the only cubic graph with 4 nodes.
Cf. A004109 (labeled connected cubic), A361407 (rooted connected cubic), A321305 (signed connected cubic), A000421 (connected cubic loopless multigraphs), A005967 (connected cubic multigraphs), A275744 (multisets).
Contribution (almost all) from Jason Kimberley, Feb 10 2011: (Start)
3-regular simple graphs: this sequence (connected), A165653 (disconnected), A005638 (not necessarily connected), A005964 (planar).
Connected regular graphs A005177 (any degree), A068934 (triangular array), specified degree k: this sequence (k=3), A006820 (k=4), A006821 (k=5), A006822 (k=6), A014377 (k=7), A014378 (k=8), A014381 (k=9), A014382 (k=10), A014384 (k=11).
Connected 3-regular simple graphs with girth at least g: A185131 (triangle); chosen g: this sequence (g=3), A014371 (g=4), A014372 (g=5), A014374 (g=6), A014375 (g=7), A014376 (g=8).
Connected 3-regular simple graphs with girth exactly g: A198303 (triangle); chosen g: A006923 (g=3), A006924 (g=4), A006925 (g=5), A006926 (g=6), A006927 (g=7). (End)
Sequence in context: A286886 A058132 A286071 * A354621 A324618 A326563
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