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Although simple, the average vertex degree of a connected graph is quite interesting. For example, in graphs where the vertex degree ... is constant, the number of nodes reached by extending out ... nodes from a single node is ... . For graphs where the vertex degrees are not all the same, and taking all vertices into account, the value of ... , where ... is the average vertex degree, provides another similar perspective.
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