# Can a directed graph be a cycle?

- Can you tell if a directed graph has a cycle?
- Can a graph have a loop?
- What are directed cycles?
- How do you find all the cycles in a directed graph?
- A directed graph has a cycle in it
- Is it possible to determine if a linked list has a cycle?
- What is a cycle in a graph?
- Can graphs have loops?
- Is a cycle a loop?
- How many cycles can a graph have?
- Is a graph a tree?
- What is the direction of the graph?
- How do you know if a graph is a tree?
- Is there a way to detect a cycle in a directed graph?
- Is it a graph?
- Can a cycle have more than one point?
- Is it a path?
- How do you make a cycle in a linked list?
- There is a cycle in a linked list
- How do you know if a linked list has a cycle in it that points to a previous list?
- What is the purpose of a cycle graph?
- Can a graph be disconnected?

## Can you tell if a directed graph has a cycle?

## Can a graph have a loop?

## What are directed cycles?

## How do you find all the cycles in a directed graph?

## A directed graph has a cycle in it

## Is it possible to determine if a linked list has a cycle?

## What is a cycle in a graph?

A cycle of a graph is a subset of the edge set that forms a path that corresponds to the last one.

## Can graphs have loops?

A simple graph can't contain loops, but a pseudograph can.

## Is a cycle a loop?

## How many cycles can a graph have?

A complete graph has exactly O(nn) cycles.

## Is a graph a tree?

## What is the direction of the graph?

## How do you know if a graph is a tree?

## Is there a way to detect a cycle in a directed graph?

## Is it a graph?

## Can a cycle have more than one point?

## Is it a path?

## How do you make a cycle in a linked list?

## There is a cycle in a linked list

## How do you know if a linked list has a cycle in it that points to a previous list?

## What is the purpose of a cycle graph?

The motion used by a drill operator is studied by Frank Gilbreth in the 1920s.