Is a simple graph a graph with no loops and no double/triple, etc edges?

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Is a simple graph a graph with no loops and no double/triple, etc edges?

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for some reason my textbook decided that including that piece of info would be excessive
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That sounds like a simple graph to me. Remember it also has to be undirected, but you probably aren't worried about that.
have no clue what undirected means, so im not worried about that
Basically, it means you could only go one way along the edges. Makes things more complicated.
ohh yea im not worried about that.. stick around kinggeorge, it's rly hard to find someone to help with graph theory
tnx for the help
I haven't done too much in graph theory, but I could probably help. I'll be on here for at least 3 more hours, so feel free to ask any questions.

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