Trees and GraphsGraph traversal, shortest paths, heaps, and more
Tree traversal algorithms
Common algorithms on how to traverse a tree visiting each node only once.
Determine if a tree is a subtree of a larger binary tree
Use tree traversal algorithms to solve this tree algorithm question.
Binary Search Tree LCA
For this challenge you will attempt to find the lowest common ancestor of a binary search tree.
493 solutions
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Symmetric Tree
For this challenge you will traverse a binary tree and determine if it is symmetric.
436 solutions
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Binary Tree LCA
For this challenge you will attempt to find the lowest common ancestor of a binary tree.
355 solutions
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Tree Constructor
For this challenge you will determine if an array of integer pairs can form a binary tree properly.
555 solutions
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Max Heap Checker
For this challenge you will determine whether or not a heap is a max heap.
121 solutions
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Find minimum spanning tree using Prim's algorithm
A popular algorithm for finding a minimum spanning tree which connects all vertices of a graph.
Seating Students
For this challenge you will determine how many different ways students can sit next to each other.
834 solutions
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Shortest Path
For this challenge you will have to determine the shortest path from one node to an end node.
1551 solutions
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Weighted Path
For this challenge you will have to determine the shortest weighted path from one node to an end node.
398 solutions
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Hamiltonian Path
For this challenge you will determine whether a given set of vertices form a Hamiltonian path on the graph.
179 solutions
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Vertex Covering
For this challenge you will determine whether a given set of vertices can cover all the edges in the graph.
165 solutions
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Farthest Nodes
For this challenge you will determine what nodes are farthest apart.
250 solutions
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Bipartite Matching
For this challenge you will be finding the maximum cardinality matching of a bipartite graph.
106 solutions
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City Traffic
For this challenge you will be finding the maximum traffic that will enter a node.
333 solutions
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