- 25.1: Show the results of adding the following search keys to an initiall...
- 25.2: What ordering of the search keys 10, 5, 6, 13, 15, 8, 14, 7, 12, 4 ...
- 25.3: Give four different orderings of the search keys 10, 5, 6, 13, 15, ...
- 25.4: In Chapter 7, Figure 7-10a shows the recursive computation of the t...
- 25.5: Implement the method getEntry iteratively.
- 25.6: Remove Doug from the binary search tree pictured in Figure 25-11a. ...
- 25.7: Remove Doug from the binary search tree pictured in Figure 25-11d i...
- 25.8: Suppose that a node with two children contains an entry e, as Figur...
- 25.9: Why does an inorder traversal of a binary search tree visit the nod...
- 25.10: Consider the full binary search tree pictured in Figure 25-13a. Now...
- 25.11: Imagine that you traverse a binary search tree and save its data in...
- 25.12: Segment 25.17 gave an iterative algorithm for the method addEntry. ...
- 25.13: The methods remove and the recursive removeEntry, as described in S...
- 25.14: Segment 25.43 builds a balanced binary search tree from one particu...
- 25.15: Write an algorithm that returns the smallest search key in a binary...
- 25.16: Beginning with Segment 25.23, you saw how to find the inorder prede...
- 25.17: Write an algorithm that returns the second largest value in a binar...
- 25.18: Why might a binary search tree work poorly as an implementation of ...
- 25.19: Consider a method for a binary search tree that decides whether the...
- 25.20: Write a static method that accepts as its argument a BinaryTree obj...
- 25.21: Implement the method toString for the class BinarySearchTree. The m...
- 25.22: Consider two empty binary search trees that allow duplicate entries...
- 25.23: Segment 25.4 describes a binary search tree that allows duplicates....

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