# Graph - Path

A path is a sequence of edges.

How to get from a node A to a node B.

If two nodes are connected only by one path, there is no cycle

A sequence of edges $[\{x_1, x_2\}, \{x_2, x_3\}, \{x_3, x_4\}, \dots , \{x_{k_1}, x_k\}]$ is called a $x_1-to-x_k$ path.

## Example

• one goes through “Wriston Quad” ,
• one goes through “Keeney Quad”

## Documentation / Reference

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