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can we say a null graph is eulerian circuit and hamiltonian circuit?
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How is null graph defined here? Zero vertices or non-zero?

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It depends.. If it is null graph with 1 vertex then it is both euler and hamiltonian.

But if it is null graph with vertices greater than 1 then it would no longer be connected so it would not be euler also not be hamiltonian.


Correct me if i am wrong somewhere
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