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1. a) The BST that can be drawn is not unique; no matter which of them is drawn it is needed to preserve BST property: the value of a node is greater than the values stored in its left child (sub-tree) and less than the values from its right child (sub-tree).
The first BST follows the recommendation to sort the values in non-decreasing order like 1, 2, 14, 22, 31, 32, 34, 44, 61, 68, 87 and 112 before arranging them in the BST from Figure 1. The requirement of the problem is not to draw a balanced BST; hence it is not necessary to worry about how the BST looks like as long as the BST property is maintained...

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