Given a node x, find the number of children of x(if it exists) in the given n-ary tree.
Input : x = 50 Output : 3 Explanation : 50 has 3 children having values 40, 100 and 20.
- Initialize the number of children as 0.
- For every node in the n-ary tree, check if its value is equal to x or not. If yes, then return the number of children.
- If the value of x is not equal to the current node then, push all the children of current node in the queue.
- Keep Repeating the above step until the queue becomes empty.
Below is the implementation of the above idea :
Time Complexity : O(N), where N is the number of nodes in tree.
Auxiliary Space : O(N), where N is the number of nodes in tree.
- General Tree (Each node can have arbitrary number of children) Level Order Traversal
- Node having maximum sum of immediate children and itself in n-ary tree
- Find root of the tree where children id sum for every node is given
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- Convert an arbitrary Binary Tree to a tree that holds Children Sum Property
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- Maximum parent children sum in Binary tree
- Check for Children Sum Property in a Binary Tree
- Count nodes with two children at level L in a Binary Tree
- Print the number of set bits in each node of a Binary Tree
- Number of turns to reach from one node to other in binary tree
- Number of leaf nodes in the subtree of every node of an n-ary tree
- Iterative approach to check for children sum property in a Binary Tree
- XOR of all the nodes in the sub-tree of the given node
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