B-tree of degree 3, Data Structure & Algorithms

Q. Explain the result of inserting the keys given.

F, S, Q, K, C, L, H, T, V, W, M, R, N, P, A, B, X, Y, D, Z, E  in an order to an empty B-tree of degree-3. 

 

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