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Returning to our G" we consider two possible cases. Cuse 1. d, 2 4. nS x ,=I d, = 6 n -12, and thus n 3 6. It is easily checked that the vector of length n (3,3,4,. . , 4 , n - 1, n - 1) can be obtained from ( d , , . . ,d,) by a finite sequence of simple improvements. By (7) and (8) we obtain: as needed. Cuse 2. dl = 3. Let x be a vertex of degree 3 in G", and let u, u and w be the degrees of its three neighbours, where 3 s u s v s w s n - 1. The number of copies of Kl,kin G" that contain x is precisely (;) (f:I;) (; :;) + (; I;) + + .
37 D. Amnr et nl. 38 p = 1 A I ; Vx E A, d ' ( x ) 2 k I=, p 3 k + 1, VyEX\A,d-(y)Sk + n - p S k + l . The number of arcs of D is no more than p ( p - 1 )+( n -p ) ( n -p + p ( n - p ) = n ( n - 1 )- p ( n k + 1 6 p 6 n - k - 1 is n ( n - 1) The maximum of this function for ( n - k - 1). - - Remark 1. If a digraph D has no less than n' - 2n p). 1) - ( k + 1). e. Vx E X , d+(x)* 1 and d - ( x ) 2 11. So the theorem we prove here is in a way a generalization of the Lewin's theorem: Theorem. Let D = (X, E ) be a 1-graph with order n satisfying (Pk).
Let G" be a triangulation. By definition, every copy of H in G " is a block of G". By part (i) of Lemma 9: n - 3 2 N ( G " . H ) - ( k-3). Therefore f ( n ,H ) [ ( n- 3)Nk - 3)]. Conversely, put r = [ ( n - 3)/(k - 3)]. By Lemma 10 there is a triangulation G = G r ( k - 3 P 3 with r blocks, each isomorphic to H. Thus: f ( n ,H ) 5 f ( r ( k -3)+ 3, H ) 3 N ( G , H ) = r = [(n - 3 ) / ( k -3)]. 0 Remark 3. The proof of Theorem 6 implies that if H is a cut-free triangulation o n k vertices, k 3 4, and if k - 3 divides n - 3, then for every triangulation G" : N ( G " , H ) S ( ~-3)/(k I -3), and equality holds iff every block of G" is isomorphic to H.