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less than or equal to both of its children. Key Concept A minheap stores Its

smallest element at the root of the binary tree, and both children of the root of a

minheap ...

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**HEAP**Key Concept A**heap**is a complete binary tree in which each node isless than or equal to both of its children. Key Concept A minheap stores Its

smallest element at the root of the binary tree, and both children of the root of a

minheap ...

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Summary of Key Concepts > A

node is less than or equal to both the left child and the right child. > A minheap

stores its smallest element at the root of the binary tree, and both children of the

root of ...

Summary of Key Concepts > A

**heap**is a complete binary tree in which eachnode is less than or equal to both the left child and the right child. > A minheap

stores its smallest element at the root of the binary tree, and both children of the

root of ...

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ANSWERS TO SELF-REVIEW QUESTIONS 495 Programming Projects 15.1

Implement a queue using a

structure. Thus the comparison in the

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ANSWERS TO SELF-REVIEW QUESTIONS 495 Programming Projects 15.1

Implement a queue using a

**heap**. Keep in mind that a queue is a first in, first outstructure. Thus the comparison in the

**heap**will have to be according to orderentry ...

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### Contents

Software Development | 2 |

ObjectOriented Design | 30 |

Collections | 83 |

Copyright | |

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