Debjoty Mitra

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# Graph

A graph is a non-linear data structure composed of nodes and edges. The nodes are also known as vertices; edges are lines or arcs connecting any two nodes in the graph. There are two types of representation techniques for a graph. Those are:

• Matrix: Even though we won't be using it frequently, it's still helpful to have some familiarity with it.
• List:
• Arrays of Vectors
• Vectors of Vectors

### Vertices and Edges

This is a graph with five Vertices. We can also call them Nodes. If we connect the vertices with lines, then the lines will be called Edges.

Basically, all the edges above are bidirectional. It means that we can go from `1` to `3` and also from `3` to `1`. We can make an edge unidirectional by giving it a detection using an arrow.

# Tree

A tree is a graph that has no cycles in it.

This is not a tree because there is a cycle between `1`, `2`, and `3`. If we remove that edge, then it will become a tree.

If a tree has `n` nodes, then the number of edges it will have is `n-1`.

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Suyash K.

love the diagrams ❤️

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