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In this article, we have listed important **Problems on Binary Tree** which you must practice for Coding Interviews and listed introductory and background topics on Binary Tree as well. You must bookmark this page and practice all problems listed.

**Table of Contents**:

- Introduction to Binary Tree + Implementation
- Types of Binary Tree
- Problems on Binary Tree (50+)
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We have marked the important problems so if you are in a hurry or have limited time, go through the important problems to get the main ideas involving Binary Tree.

# Introduction to Binary Tree + Implementation

In this section, we learn about the basics of Binary Tree and how to implement it in different Programming Languages. A very important topic in this section is to implement Binary Tree with no NULL nodes.

- Binary Tree
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**Important**) - Properties of Binary Tree
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**Important**) - Implementation of Binary Tree in C++
- Implementation of Binary Tree in JavaScript
- Implementation of Binary Tree with no NULL
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# Types of Binary Tree

In this section, we explore Different types of Binary Tree. This enables you to design your own custom Binary Tree and help solve a given problem efficiently.

- Introduction to Skewed Binary Tree
- Threaded Binary Tree
- Binary Search Tree
- Different Self Balancing Binary Trees
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**Important**) - AVL Tree
- Splay Tree
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**Important**) - 2-3 Tree
- Red Black Tree
- B Tree
- AA Tree
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**Important**) - Weight Balanced Binary Tree
- Binary Space Partitioning Tree
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**Important**) - Binary Heap
- Binomial Heap
- Treap

# Problems on Binary Tree (50+)

"**Practice makes you perfect.**"

You should practice all the Problems listed in this section so that you are comfortable in solving any Coding Problem in an Interview easily. Start by practising **2 problems a day**.

These are the different problems on Binary Tree:

- Two Sum Problem in Binary Search Tree: Solved using 3 approaches (DFS, Inorder, Augmented BST)
- Invert / Reverse a Binary Tree: 3 methods: Must read as it uses 3 different approaches (recursive, iterative with stack and queue)
- Types of view in Binary Tree
- Traversing a Binary Tree (Preorder, Postorder, Inorder)
- Convert Inorder+Preorder to Binary Tree (+ other combinations)
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**Important**) - Find height or depth of a binary tree
- Find Level of each node from root node
- Diameter of a Binary Tree
- Finding Diameter of a Tree using DFS
- Finding Diameter of a Tree using height of each node
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**Important**) - Check if a Binary Tree is Balanced by Height
- Find number of Universal Value subtrees in a Binary Tree
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**Important**) - Counting subtrees where nodes sum to a specific value
- Find if a given Binary Tree is a Sub-Tree of another Binary Tree
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**Important**) - Check if a Binary Tree has duplicate values
- Find nodes which are at a distance k from root in a Binary Tree
- Finding nodes at distance K from a given node
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**Important**) - Find ancestors of a given node in a binary tree
- Largest Independent Set in Binary Tree
- Copy a binary tree where each node has a random pointer
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**Important**) - Serialization and Deserialization of Binary Tree
- 0-1 Encoding of Binary Tree
- ZigZag Traversal of Binary Tree
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**Important**) - Level order traversal of Binary Tree
- Check if Binary Tree is foldable
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**Important**) - Check if 2 Binary Trees are isomorphic
- Convert Binary Tree to Circular Doubly Linked list
- Introduction to Skewed Binary Tree
- Check if Binary Tree is skewed or not
- Change Binary Tree to Skewed Binary Tree
- Threaded Binary Tree
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**Important**) - Operations in Threaded Binary Tree
- Convert Binary Tree to Threaded Binary Tree
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**Important**) - Binary Search Tree
- Implement Binary Search Tree in C++
- Converting a Sorted Array to Binary Tree
- Minimum number of swaps to convert a binary tree to binary search tree
- Find minimum or maximum element in Binary Search Tree
- Convert Binary Search Tree to Balanced Binary Search Tree
- Find k-th smallest element in Binary Search Tree
- Sum of k smallest elements in Binary Search Tree
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**Important**) - Applications of Binary Tree

With this article at OpenGenus, you must have the complete idea of Binary Tree and must be confident in solving any Binary Tree related problem in a Coding Interview instantly. Best of Luck.