A graph G is said to be 2-divisible if for all (nonempty) induced subgraphs H of G, V (H) can be partitioned into two sets A,B such that ω(A) < ω(H) and ω(B) < ω(H). A graph G is said to be perfectly divisible if for all induced subgraphs H of G, V (H) can be partitioned into two sets A,B such that H[A] is perfect and ω(B) < ω(H). We prove that if a graph… (More)

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