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Each node would contain a pointer to the

well as pointers for each of the possible children of the node. Depending on the

implementation, it may also be useful to

Each node would contain a pointer to the

**element**to be**stored**in that node aswell as pointers for each of the possible children of the node. Depending on the

implementation, it may also be useful to

**store**in each node a pointer to its parent.Page 399

If it is less than the

then the new element becomes the left child of the root. If the new element is less

than the

...

If it is less than the

**element stored**at the root and the left child of the root is null,then the new element becomes the left child of the root. If the new element is less

than the

**element stored**at the root and the left child of the root is not null, then we...

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The removeMin Operation The removeMin method removes the minimum

element from the minheap and returns it. Since the minimum element is stored in

the root of a minheap, we need to return the

replace it ...

The removeMin Operation The removeMin method removes the minimum

element from the minheap and returns it. Since the minimum element is stored in

the root of a minheap, we need to return the

**element stored**at the root andreplace it ...

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### Contents

Software Development | 2 |

ObjectOriented Design | 30 |

Collections | 83 |

Copyright | |

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