Some sufficient conditions for 4-regular graphs to have 3-regular subgraphs
We are interested in the following problem: when would a 4-regular graph (with multiple edges) have a 3-regular subgraph. We give several sufficient conditions for 4-regular graph to have a 3-regular subgraph.
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