**A Level Computer Science: Graphs**

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##### Compatible with the following examination boards

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**Graphs**

A graph is a collection of two sets: vertices and edges. Two adjacent vertices or nodes are connected by edges or arcs. A graph is classified as a non-linear data structure.

There are two types of graphs:

- Directed graphs: In directed graphs, all the edges are unidirectional.
- Undirected graphs: In undirected graphs, all the edges are bidirectional.

This A Level Computer Science module introduces graphs to your students, explaining:

- Graphs and its types
- Implementing graphs in programming
- Traversing graphs

**More Data types, data structures and algorithms Modules**

Graphs is one lesson in our Data types, data structures and algorithms module. The other theory lessons can be found below: