# Mixed Energy of a Mixed Hourglass Graph

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https://doi.org/10.26713/cma.v10i1.1143## Keywords:

Hourglass matrix, Adjacency matrix, Mixed graph, Mixed energy## Abstract

In this paper we discuss a complete mixed graph called mixed hourglass graph. The direct representation of hourglass matrix in graph gives a weighted mixed hourglass graph. Then, we obtain a mixed hourglass graph from the weighted mixed hourglass graph by assigning its edge-labelled a numerical value of weight 1. Next, we derive the determinant, spectrum and mixed energy of the graph to conclude that the energy of a mixed hourglass graph coincides with twice the number of edges in the graph and the sum of the square of its eigenvalues.### Downloads

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*Communications in Mathematics and Applications*,

*10*(1), 45–53. https://doi.org/10.26713/cma.v10i1.1143

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