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### Ranjitha, B.

- A Study on Detour Number

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1 Dept. of Mathematics, Madanapalle Institute of Technology and Science, Madanapalle, IN

2 Dept. of Mathematics, Sri Vidyaniketan Engineering College, Tirupati, IN

3 Dept. of Mathematics, Aurora’s Technological and Research Institute, Hyderabad, IN

4 Dept. of Mathematics, Madanapalle Institute of Technoogy and Science, Madanapalle, IN

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**Affiliations**

1 Dept. of Mathematics, Madanapalle Institute of Technology and Science, Madanapalle, IN

2 Dept. of Mathematics, Sri Vidyaniketan Engineering College, Tirupati, IN

3 Dept. of Mathematics, Aurora’s Technological and Research Institute, Hyderabad, IN

4 Dept. of Mathematics, Madanapalle Institute of Technoogy and Science, Madanapalle, IN

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Research Journal of Science and Technology, Vol 9, No 3 (2017), Pagination: 377-378#### Abstract

A path of maximum length in a connected graph G(V, E) is called a detour path between u and v, and is denoted by ∂(u, v). For any vertex u in a connected graph G, we define the length of a detour path in a graph G is called the detour number of G, and is denoted by ∂(G). i.e. ∂(G) = max { ∂(u): u ∈V(G) }. In this paper we study on several bounds on graph-theoretic parameters in terms of the detour number.#### Keywords

Connected Graph, Hamiltonian and Detour Number.#### References

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