I have no problem with identifying whether a given molecule has geometrical isomerism if it's not cyclic. But cyclic compounds are confusing for me. For example, how to check whether the following molecule posses geometrical isomerism?
For a molecule to show geometrical isomerism different molecules should be attached to the double bonded carbons. So, I'm sure that geometrical isomerism (if it is present) is along the double bonded carbons. But how to check whether different groups are attached to it when the double bonded carbons are the part of a cycle?