# Is it possible to cycle repeat edge?

- Is it possible for a repeated edge to be allowed?
- Is a cycle continuous?
- Is the Hamilton Circuit able to repeat edges?
- How many edges does a cycle have?
- Is a walk infinite?
- Is there a cycle to every circuit?
- Is the edge adjacent to itself?
- What is the difference between a loop and edge?
- Can a tree not have any edges?
- Is the graph Hamiltonian?
- What is the difference between a Hamilton circuit and a Hamilton path?
- Can a path repeat itself?
- Is there a way for 2 nodes to form a cycle?
- Can a graph be disconnected?
- Can a tree have cycles?
- Is it possible for a simple path to have repeated edges?
- What is the relationship between two objects?
- Are trees graphs?
- Can a multigraph have loops?
- What makes a circuit?
- Is it possible for paths to have cycles?
- Is it possible for a vertex to have two loops?
- Are they close to each other?
- Is a directed cycle a self-loop?

## Is it possible for a repeated edge to be allowed?

The beginning and end of the cycle are not allowed to repeat. The edges are not allowed to repeat.

## Is a cycle continuous?

## Is the Hamilton Circuit able to repeat edges?

The travelling salesman problem is similar to the Hamiltonian cycles. The edges can't be repeated.

## How many edges does a cycle have?

## Is a walk infinite?

## Is there a cycle to every circuit?

## Is the edge adjacent to itself?

The edge of a loop is called a self-loop.

## What is the difference between a loop and edge?

## Can a tree not have any edges?

## Is the graph Hamiltonian?

## What is the difference between a Hamilton circuit and a Hamilton path?

## Can a path repeat itself?

## Is there a way for 2 nodes to form a cycle?

## Can a graph be disconnected?

## Can a tree have cycles?

## Is it possible for a simple path to have repeated edges?

## What is the relationship between two objects?

The end of the path is the only one that is the same as the beginning.