# Characterizing the Infinitely Visited Intersections in a Ride-Forever Path on a Directed Graph

If a neighborhood has a ride-forever, let $RF(p) \subset V$ be the set of intersections that occur infinitely often in $p$. Explain/Show why $RF(p)$ is a subset of a single strongly connected component of $G$.

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