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# Use structural induction to show that n(T) 2h(T) + 1,

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Problem 43E

Problem 43E

Use structural induction to show that n(T) ≥ 2h(T) + 1, where T is a full binary tree, n(T) equals the number of vertices of T, and h(T) is the height of T.

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