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A counting polynomial, called Omega Ω(G,x), was proposed by Diudea. It is defined on the ground of
“opposite edge strips” ops. Theta Θ(G,x) and Pi Π(G,x) polynomials can also be calculated by ops
counting. In this paper we compute these counting polynomials for a family of Benzenoid graphs that called
Hexagonal trapezoid system Tb,a.
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