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What is the degree of a binary tree?

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### What is the difference between a binary tree and a complete binary tree?

BINARY TREE ISN'T NECESSARY THAT ALL OF LEAF NODE IN SAME LEVEL
BUT COMPLETE BINARY TREE MUST HAVE ALL LEAF NODE IN SAME LEVEL.
Answer
Types of binary trees
A rooted binary tree is a rooted tree in which every node
has at most two children.
A full binary tree, or proper binary tree, is a tree in
which every node has zero or two children.
A perfect binary tree (sometimes complete binary tree) is
a full binary tree in which all leaves are at the same depth.
A complete binary tree may also be defined as a full
binary tree in which all leaves are at depth n or n-1 for some n.
In order for a tree to be the latter kind of complete binary tree,
all the children on the last level must occupy the leftmost spots
consecutively, with no spot left unoccupied in between any two. For
example, if two nodes on the bottommost level each occupy a spot
with an empty spot between the two of them, but the rest of the
children nodes are tightly wedged together with no spots in
between, then the tree cannot be a complete binary tree due to the
empty spot.
A rooted complete binary tree can be identified with a
free magma.
An almost complete binary tree is a tree in which each
node that has a right child also has a left child. Having a left
child does not require a node to have a right child. Stated
alternately, an almost complete binary tree is a tree where for a
right child, there is always a left child, but for a left child
there may not be a right child.
The number of nodes in a binary tree can be found using this
formula: n = 2^h Where n is the amount of nodes in the tree, and h
is the height of the tree.
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