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Sometimes you need to move from a tree node to its parent. To do this, a binary tree

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Problem 16

Sometimes you need to move from a tree node to its parent. To do this, a binary tree node would need a reference to its parent. You then would be able to traverse a path from a leaf to the root. Redesign the node used in a binary tree so that each one has a reference to its parent as well as to its left child and right child. What methods will need to be changed?

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LECTURE – 1 MECHANICS­ Study of what happens to a body when forces are applied to it. Mechanics Rigid bodies Deformable bodies Fluids (Don’t change shape) (Do change shape) Compressible Incompressible Statics Dynamics Fundamental physical Quantities  Length  Mass  Time  Force Newton’s second Law relates these quantities through the formula F = ma F = Force applied to object m = mass of object a = acceleration of object 2 different unit systems Standard English

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Author: Frank M. Carrano
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Sometimes you need to move from a tree node to its parent. To do this, a binary tree