The discrete isoperimetric problem on G is to find the value of [b.sub.e](i, G), for each i, 1 [less than or equal to] i [less than or equal to] i [absolute value of V(G)].
The discrete connected isoperimetric problem on G is to find the value of [b.sub.c](i, G), for each i, 1 [less than or equal to] i [less than or equal to] [absolute value of V(G)].
Theorem 1.1 is used in  to relate the Tanny value to connected discrete isoperimetric problem on [T.sub.2].
The following theorem is from  which relates the connected isoperimetric problem on [T.sub.2] with the boundary of the V LR tree.
. Let c be constant and N : D x [R.sup.3] [[right arrow] R be a continuously differentiable function with respect to its i-th argument, for i = 3,4, 5.
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