# Coding Python Graphs

**Computer Science**Level pending

As we all know, graphs are an easy way to represent relationships among people, objects, concepts, etc. While there are many ways to create a graph, a random graph is one that is generated from adding randomly edges to a list of nodes. The list of nodes for this problem is generated as follows:

```
nodes = []
for i in range(n):
nodes.append(newNode(i))
# newNode takes one parameter, the number of the node
```

Now, suppose we use a helper method addEdge that takes two integers, representing nodes of a graph, and adds a directed edge from the first node to the second, so addEdge(8,2) adds a directed edge from Node 8 to Node 2. The following will produce graphs of different types. Your job is to determine the type of graph that results out of each of the four situations below.

```
for i in range(len(nodes)):
x = random.choice(nodes)
y = random.choice(nodes)
addEdge(x,y)
for i in range(len(nodes)):
x = random.choice(nodes)
y = random.choice(nodes)
addEdge(x,y)
addEdge(y,x)
for i in range(len(nodes)):
w = random.choice(nodes)
x = random.choice(nodes)
y = random.choice(nodes)
z = random.choice(nodes)
addEdge(w,x)
addEdge(x,y)
addEdge(y,z)
addEdge(z,w)
for x in nodes:
for y in nodes:
addEdge(x,y)
addEdge(y,x)
```

Your graph options are:

- tree
- graph (undirected graph)
- line graph
- digraph (directed graph)
- complete graph or clique
- bar graph
- bipartite graph
- loop or connected chain of nodes (a graph that consists of a single large loop or connected chain of nodes

Enter the numbers corresponding to the graphs of each of the four graphs. Ie: If the first graph is a bar graph, second is a digraph, third is a line graph, and fourth is a clique, then enter "6435".