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If inorder traversing a tree results in E A C K F H D B G, the preorder traversal would
return
(a) FAEKCDBHG
(b) FAEKCDHGB
(c) EAFKHDCBG
(d) FEAKDCHBG
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in this question i relate pre-order and post order

https://gateoverflow.in/2504/gate1994-8

after reading it, you may answer to this question ( i know this question relating pre-order and in-order ).

If you still didn't get it after reading the answer, then comment !

by the way, option B is the answer !!

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@ shaik

Why not option a is true .

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in the picture you took option b but not option a, right?
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Yes, i.e why not option b ??
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I also commented option b as answer !
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@Shaik Masthan

why left and right both leaves are need t be grater than root in that GATE question?

I know some question need intution, but my logic saying, if they havenot mentioned any order, then the tree can be anything and there can be more than one tree , from which we can get that post order traversal

Isnot it?

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Mam, comment on original question..

It is not search tree ( i.e., left is less than root and right is grater than root ). It's just ternary tree
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@Shaik Masthan

I mean these two also can be valid tree

Am I wrong?

if these diagram correct, then I add these diagram in main question too

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Actually , logic always works right, than intution
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those tree following post order but not preorder
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mam, Note that, they defined pre-order also !
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@Shaik Masthan

it is not BST. So, Preorder shouldnot always increasing order

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they defined pre order is 1 to 12 in the order respectively.

moreover if it is even bst, we can't guarantee preorder is increasing sequence
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moreover if it is even bst, we can't guarantee preorder is increasing sequence

yes, inorder sequence increasing order. I missed it.

but they havenot mentioned the term "respectively"

they defined pre order is 1 to 12 in the order respectively.

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even though they didn't mention the teem " respectively ", you can get it by the given statement lines.

+1 vote