Given n vertices and m edges, m ≥ 1, and for every vertex is given a label, there are lots of graphs that can be obtained. The graphs obtained may be simple or not simple, connected or disconnected. A graph G(V,E) is called simple if G(V,E) not containing loops nor paralel edges. An edge which has the same end vertex is called a loop, and paralel edges are two or more edges which connect the same set of vertices. Let N(G7,m,t) as the number of connected vertex labeled graphs of order seven with m vertices and t (t is the number edges that connect different pair of vertices). The result shows that N(G7,m,t) = ct C (m−1) t−1, with c6=6727, c7=30160 , c8=30765, c9=21000, c10=28364, c11=26880, c12=26460, c13=20790, c14=10290, c15= 8022, c16=2940, c17=4417, c18=2835, c19=210, c20= 21, c21=1.
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