Question

**Construct a Binary Search Tree using the following
data: (5 pts)**

**
54
37
47
28
44
71
40
60**

**(Make sure to show dummy nodes)**

**b) Illustrate how will you search for V = 39 from the
above tree and how many searches will be needed. (5
pts)**

**c) Illustrate how you will delete the root from the
above tree, redraw the tree after deletion. (5 pts). Redraw the
tree.**

Answer #1

b)Total Searches needed=5 (5 Comparison)

Finding inorder successor:

Inorder successor of a node is the next node in Inorder traversal of the Binary Tree.

Here Inorder successor of node 54 is 60 (First move one step right node then keep moving left node until reach at leaf)

Here is a picture of a Binary Search Tree.
First, construct the Binary Search Tree using the following
BinaryNode as we discussed in class.
public class BinaryNode {
private int value;
private BinaryNode leftChild;
private BinaryNode rightChild;
public BinaryNode(int value) {
this.value = value;
leftChild = null;
rightChild = null;
}
public BinaryNode(int value, BinaryNode leftChild, BinaryNode rightChild)
{
this.value = value;
this.leftChild = leftChild;
this.rightChild = rightChild;
}
public int getValue() {
return value;
}
public void setValue(int value)...

In this lab, you will write a program that creates a binary
search tree based on user input. Then, the user will indicate what
order to print the values in. **Please write in C code**
Start with the bst.h and bst.c base code provided to you. You
will need to modify the source and header file to complete this
lab.
bst.h:
#ifndef BST_H
#define BST_H
typedef struct BSTNode
{
int value;
struct BSTNode* left;
struct BSTNode* right;
} BSTNode;
BSTNode*...

This assignment involves using a binary search tree (BST) to
keep track of all words in a text document. It produces a
cross-reference, or a concordance. This is very much like
assignment 4, except that you must use a different data structure.
You may use some of the code you wrote for that assignment, such as
input parsing, for this one.
Remember that in a binary search tree, the value to the left of
the root is less than the...

The Binary Search Tree implementation for bst.zip. The code in
the destructor of the BST class is empty. Complete the destructor
so the memory allocated for each node in the BST is freed. Make a
couple of different trees in your main method or in a function to
test the destructor (the program should not crash upon
exiting).
bst.zip (includes the following files below in
c++):
bst.h:
#pragma once
#include
#include "node.cpp"
using namespace std;
template
class BST
{
public:...

import java.util.ArrayList;
/*
Rules:
1. Allow Tester to iterate
through all nodes using the in-order traversal as the
default.
This
means, in Tester the following code should work for an instance of
this class
called bst
that is storing Student objects for the data:
BinarySearchTree_Lab08<String> bst = new
BinarySearchTree_Lab08<String>();
bst.add("Man");
bst.add("Soda"); bst.add("Flag");
bst.add("Home");
bst.add("Today"); bst.add("Jack");
...

Question 2:
Write a C program that read 100 integers from the attached file
(integers.txt) into an array and copy the integers from the array
into a Binary Search Tree (BST). The program prints out the
following:
The number of comparisons made to search for a given integer in the
BST
And
The number of comparisons made to search for the same integer in
the array
Question 3
Run the program developed in Question 2 ten times. The given values...

The main goal is to implement two recursive methods, each is
built to manipulate linked data structures. To host these methods
you also have to define two utterly simplified node classes.
1.) Add a class named BinaryNode to the
project. This class supports the linked representation of binary
trees. However, for the BinaryNode class
Generic implementation not needed, the nodes will store integer
values
The standard methods will not be needed in this exercise except
the constructor
2.) Add a...

Using the accompanying Student Grades data, construct a scatter
chart for midterm versus final exam grades and add a linear
trendline. What is the model? If a student scores 7878 on the
midterm, what would you predict her grade on the final exam to
be?
Student
Midterm
Final Exam
1
75
64
2
85
91
3
80
68
4
88
83
5
76
60
6
67
80
7
78
74
8
95
94
9
67
61
10
93
87
11...

a. Copy the data file SmallComp (data on
America’s top 40 best small companies of 2010 as rated on
Forbes.com on 6/14/2011). Use MegaStat to
construct a box plot and a dot plot (under Descriptive Statistics)
for the variable Sales Growth (annual %). Be careful when column
label takes up more than one cell (row). PRINT both plots to hand
in. (2 pts.)
b. Explain how these data illustrate a
good example of an “outlier.” (1 pt.)
c. Explain whether...

The Salary Institute of America (SIOA) has gathered the
following data on individuals working in the retail industry in
Alabama.
a. Construct a 90% confidence interval to estimate the
population mean salary for females with bachelors who work in the
retail industry in Alabama. Interpret your
interval.
b. Suppose you would like to estimate the population proportiion
of retail workers in Georgia who have a masters degree with 95%
confidence and a margin of error of 3 percentage points. How...

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