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comment How many directed graphs of size n are there where each vertex is the tail of exactly one edge?
@Semiclassical This gave me all the information I needed. I could award you the bounty if you make this an answer; however, if not, I appreciate you helping our research move forward.
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comment How many directed graphs of size n are there where each vertex is the tail of exactly one edge?
@bof Unlabelled graphs with $n$ vertices.
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comment How many directed graphs of size n are there where each vertex is the tail of exactly one edge?
@AsafKaragila the singular comes from editing wikipedia, lol. You can remove the tag, though; if it hasn't been created yet, I'm not sure how used it will be.
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asked How many directed graphs of size n are there where each vertex is the tail of exactly one edge?
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comment Why do we limit the definition of a function?
Jim Cannon loved discussing 'continuous relations', but they didn't catch on.
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answered The space with countable complement topology (example 20 in “Counterexamples in topology”)
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