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## Graphical Stars

Meta: this is currently pretty rough so I could get some ideas down quick. I'm also probably not using the right terminology as I'm not very familiar with graphs and graph theory. Looking for feedback. Take an input integer 50 <= n <= 300 and construct a circular connected graph of n points. Randomly connect them with randomly n/2 of them connectedchords. Some points will likely have more than one edge - that's fine. Then, take a regular 5-pointed star of the same diameter as the circle, and use it as a stencil. Output the inner part of the star either to the screen or an image file.

## Graphical Stars

Meta: this is currently pretty rough so I could get some ideas down quick. I'm also probably not using the right terminology as I'm not very familiar with graphs and graph theory. Looking for feedback. Take an input integer 50 <= n <= 300 and construct a circular connected graph of n points with randomly n/2 of them connected. Then, take a regular 5-pointed star of the same diameter as the circle, and use it as a stencil. Output the inner part of the star either to the screen or an image file.

## Graphical Stars

Meta: this is currently pretty rough so I could get some ideas down quick. I'm also probably not using the right terminology as I'm not very familiar with graphs and graph theory. Looking for feedback. Take an input integer 50 <= n <= 300 and construct a circular graph of n points. Randomly connect them with n/2 chords. Some points will likely have more than one edge - that's fine. Then, take a regular 5-pointed star of the same diameter as the circle, and use it as a stencil. Output the inner part of the star either to the screen or an image file.

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## Graphical Stars

Meta: this is currently pretty rough so I could get some ideas down quick. I'm also probably not using the right terminology as I'm not very familiar with graphs and graph theory. Looking for feedback. Take an input integer 50 <= n <= 300 and construct a circular connected graph of n points with randomly n/2 of them connected. Then, take a regular 5-pointed star of the same diameter as the circle, and use it as a stencil. Output the inner part of the star either to the screen or an image file.