Trees are a sub-type of the more general node-edge graph data structure.
To be a tree, a graph must satisfy two requirements:
The tree data structure is quite common within computer science. Trees are used to model many different algorithmic data structures, such as ordinary binary trees, red-black trees, B-trees, AB-trees, 23-trees, Heap, and tries.
it is common to refer to a Tree as a
Rooted Tree by:
choosing 1 cell to be called `Root` painting the `Root` at the top creating lower layer for each cell in the graph depending on their distance from the root -the bigger the distance, the lower the cells (example above)
common symbol for trees: