A binary tree of depth "d" is an almost complete binary tree, Data Structure & Algorithms

A binary tree of depth "d" is an almost complete binary tree if

 A) Every leaf in the tree is either at level "d" or at level "d-1" 

B)  For any node "n" in the tree with a right descendent at level "d" all the left descendents of "n" that are leaves, are also at level "d"

 

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