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Consider a graph G and it's complement is denoted by G', how many non isomorphic graph G exist such that G and G' both are bipartite??
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First refer this to know the fact that any  bipartite graph having its complement bipartite too have at most 4 vertices.

Then it would be straight forward brute force.

I'm getting answer 8. Please verify.

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Yes answer is 8
Please tell me about non isomorphic graphs or any link to read about it
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