## Find Cost of Shortest Path in DAG using one pass of Bellman-Ford

Given a directed acyclic graph (DAG) and a source vertex, find the cost of shortest path from source vertex to all other vertices present in the graph.

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Given a directed acyclic graph (DAG) and a source vertex, find the cost of shortest path from source vertex to all other vertices present in the graph.

Consider a directed graph where weight of its edges can be one of x, 2x or 3x (x is a given integer), compute the least cost path from source to destination efficiently.

Given a graph, check if given graph is bipartite graph or not. A bipartite graph (or bigraph) is a graph whose vertices can be divided into two disjoint sets U and V such that every edge connects a vertex in U to one in V.

Given a directed graph, check if it is strongly connected or not. A directed graphs is said to be strongly connected if every vertex is reachable from every other vertex.

Given a source vertex s from set of vertices V in a weighted graph where its edge weights w(u, v) can be negative, find the shortest-path weights d(s, v) from given source s for all vertices v present in the graph. If the graph contains negative-weight cycle, report it.

Given a source vertex s from set of vertices V in a weighted graph where all its edge weights w(u, v) are non-negative, find the shortest-path weights d(s, v) from given source s for all vertices v present in the graph.

Given a undirected, connected and weighted graph, construct a minimum spanning tree out of it.

Given an connected undirected graph, find if it contains any cycle or not. For example, Below graph contains a cycle 8-9-11-12-8