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3. Examples of successors. This page intentionally left blank CHAPTER 6 Random Selection of Free Trees In [NW] we discussed how to choose, uniformly at random, a rooted tree of a given number n of vertices. , unlabeled and unrooted) tree of n vertices, so we will discuss that extension here, following [Wi]. Hence we assume that Algorithm Ranrut of [NW] is available, and we will use it here as a subroutine. The main point is that free trees have hidden "roots," called centroids. It turns out that every free tree has exactly one or two of these distinguished vertices, and that they can serve as roots for Algorithm Ranrut.
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Then o>2wf = a. The case n = 2 is trivial. By drawing G$, we see that it has two connected components, so all assertions have now been proved. D The following result is stronger and is also easier to prove. 2. Fix n > 5. Let C be a fixed conjugacy class of the symmetric group Sn. Then C generates Sn if and only ifC contains an odd permutation. 4 Consider the subgroup H that C generates. Then clearly H is normal in Sn. Suppose H is a proper subgroup. If n > 5 the only proper normal subgroup that Sn has is the alternating group An.