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\title{A great result about graphs}


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\speaker{Alexander Grothendieck}
\affiliation{Université de Montpellier, France}

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The Petersen graph has 10 vertices.

The graph obtained by the disjoint union of two Petersen graphs has 20 vertices.
\begin{proof} If suffices to observe that the order of a graph is additive with respect to its connected components, apply Lemma~\ref{lem:main-lemma} twice, and make the corresponding calculation correctly.

\section{Concluding remarks}

We think that this was an amazing paper.

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\newblock Les problèmes de coloration en théorie des graphes.
\newblock Technical report, Publ. Inst. Stat. Univ. Paris, 1960.