# 1. For the given numbers 8, 3, 18, 6, 2,20,15,14, use the approach ...

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1. For the given numbers 8, 3, 18, 6, 2,20,15,14, use the approach in BinaryTreeTest java to create a binary search tree. 8 is in the root. Each node must be greater than any number in its left sub-tree and less than its right sub-tree. Draw the final status of the tree. The requirement is: when you add a new node, do not change the current binary tree (The final binary is unique). 2. Remove node 4 in the given binary, draw the updated binary tree. Continue to remove node 3, draw the updated binary tree. Continue to remove node 12, draw the updated binary tree. Continue to remove node 7, draw the updated binary tree. 7 5 12 3 6 9 15 1 4 3 10 13 17 3. What are the degrees of each vertex of the undirected graph? 5 2 1 3 4 4. (1)What is the Adjacency Matrix of the graph in question 3? (You can use semicolon to separate lines for a matrix, such that [0110;1001;1100; 1110] represent a 4 by 4 matrix.) (2) What are the Adjacency Lists of the graph in question 3? (You can represent a list like this: 0->1->4->2->5) 5. (1) What is the letter sequence derived by Depth First Search starting from A in the undirected graph below? (2) What is the letter sequence derived by Breadth First Search starting from A in the same undirected graph below? A B C E D F G

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