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## On the Largest Eigenvalue of a Random Subgraph of the Hypercube

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## Abstract

Let G be a random subgraph of the n-cube where each edge appears randomly and independently with probability p. We prove that the largest eigenvalue of the adjacency matrix of G is almost surely \lambda_1(G)= (1+o(1)) max(\Delta^{1/2}(G),np), where \Delta(G) is the maximum degree of G and o(1) term tends to zero as max (\Delta^{1/2}(G), np) tends to infinity.