Cubic Graph on 60 Vertices with Girth 9

This week, my thesis adviser asked me to draw graph 60 from The Foster Census. This graph is on 60 vertices and has girth 9. I used the Hamiltonian notation to draw my graph, starting with a Hamiltonian cycle on 60 vertices, then drawing 30 additional edges to make the graph cubic. I discovered a new software that I can now use to save my graphs, called GeoGebra. The program was free to download and very simple to use. Now I am able to draw my graphs, save them as pictures, and also save them as files that can be changed later.

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