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What are Binary Trees?
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A binary tree is either

  1. an empty tree $\{\epsilon\}$
  2. a tree with a fixed root vertex such that each vertex has a left branch and a right branch (either of which may be empty)


NB: Note that a binary tree with a right branch is not equal to a binary tree with a left branch, even if they have the same number of vertices.
 

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