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By Jean Meeus

ISBN-10: 0943396352

ISBN-13: 9780943396354

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Since the above also holds if J is a polygonal arc and q is an endpoint of J , R2 \ J has only one connected region in this case. Returning to the case when J is a polygon, it remains to prove that R2 \ J has more than one region. For any p ∈ R2 \ J and any angle α we consider the ray lα starting at p with angle α. J ∩ lα is a set of points or closed intervals. g. 4 we have cr ( p, lα ) = 2). J J p lα J Fig. 4. Note that for any angle α, lim →0, >0 cr ( p, lα+ ) − cr ( p, lα ) + lim →0, <0 cr ( p, lα+ ) − cr ( p, lα ) is twice the number of intervals of J ∩ lα that J enters from the same side as to which it leaves.

X has a neighbour y in C, because otherwise C is a connected component of G − {v, w} (but G is 3-connected). e. there exists a vertex z such that G − {x, y, z} is disconnected. Since {v, w} ∈ E(G), there exists a connected component D of G − {x, y, z} which contains neither v nor w. But D contains a neighbour d of y, since otherwise D is a connected component of G − {x, z} (again contradicting the fact that G is 3-connected). So d ∈ V (D) ∩ V (C), and thus D is a subgraph of C. Since y ∈ V (C) \ V (D), we have a contradiction to the minimality of |V (C)|.

There exists a vertex z such that G − {x, y, z} is disconnected. Since {v, w} ∈ E(G), there exists a connected component D of G − {x, y, z} which contains neither v nor w. But D contains a neighbour d of y, since otherwise D is a connected component of G − {x, z} (again contradicting the fact that G is 3-connected). So d ∈ V (D) ∩ V (C), and thus D is a subgraph of C. Since y ∈ V (C) \ V (D), we have a contradiction to the minimality of |V (C)|. 37. (Kuratowski [1930], Wagner [1937]) A 3-connected graph is planar if and only if it contains neither K 5 nor K 3,3 as a minor.

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