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A complete binary tree of N elements uses array positions 1 to N. Suppose we try to use an array representation of a binary tree that is not complete. Determine how large the array must be for the following:

a. A binary tree that has two extra levels (that is, it is very slightly unbalanced)

b. A binary tree that has a deepest node at depth 2 logN

c. A binary tree that has a deepest node at depth 4.1 logN

d. The worst-case binary tree

a. A binary tree that has two extra levels (that is, it is very slightly unbalanced)

b. A binary tree that has a deepest node at depth 2 logN

c. A binary tree that has a deepest node at depth 4.1 logN

d. The worst-case binary tree

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