# A binary search tree is a binary tree for which the value in each node is greater than or equal

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A binary search tree is a binary tree for which the value in each node is greater than or equal to all values in its left subtree, and less than all values in its right subtree. The binary tree given as example in problem 2 also qualifies as a binary search tree. Using the same list representation, write a recursive function **(insert-bst V T)**,which returns the binary search tree that results by inserting value V into binary search tree T. For example, by inserting the value 20 into the binary search tree T shown above, the result should be:

Problem 2 Example (Before Insert):

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## Introduction to Algorithms

ISBN: 978-0262033848

3rd edition

Authors: Thomas H. Cormen, Charles E. Leiserson, Ronald L. Rivest

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**13**Section: Problem

Problem: 4