Question — 11 (Level — Easy)

*Welcome to the competitive series of **Code Wrestling**. Today, we are gonna solve another easy problem,** **Sorted Squared Array.*

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Question — 11 (Level — Easy)

*Welcome to the competitive series of **Code Wrestling**. Today, we are gonna solve another easy problem,** **Sorted Squared Array.*

*We will find the **Time and Space complexity** of our solution and will also guide you to the process of finding an **optimized solution**.*

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Question — 10 (Level — Easy)

*Welcome to the competitive series of **Code Wrestling**. Today, we are gonna solve another easy problem,** **Sorted Squared Array.*

*We will find the **Time and Space complexity** of our solution and will also guide you to the process of finding an **optimized solution**.*

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You’re given a non-empty array of positive integers representing the amount of time that specific queries take to execute. Only one query can be executed at a time, but the queries can be executed in any order.

A query’s waiting time…

**Question — 9 (Level — Easy)**

*Welcome to the competitive series of **Code Wrestling**. Today, we are gonna solve an easy problem,** **Depth First Search in Binary Tree.*

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You’re given a Node class that has a name and an array of optional children nodes. When put together, nodes form an acyclic tree-like structure.

Implement the

depthFirstSearchmethod on the Node class, which takes in an empty…

Question — 8(Level — Easy)

*Welcome to the competitive series of **Code Wrestling**. Today, we are gonna solve an easy problem,** **Node Depth in Binary Tree.*

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The distance between a node in a Binary Tree and the tree’s root is called the node’s depth. Write a function that takes in a Binary Tree and returns the sum of its nodes depths.

Each BinaryTree node has an…

Question — 7(Level — Easy)

*Welcome to the competitive series of **Code Wrestling**. Today, we are gonna solve an easy problem,** **Branch Sums in Binary Tree.*

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**Github Repository Link**: Github/ClosestValueInBST

**Go to the previous question** → Question — 5 (Non-Constructible Change)

**Go to the next question** → Question — 7 (Branch Sums in Binary Tree)

Write a function that takes in a Binary Tree and returns…

Question — 6 (Level — Easy)

*Welcome to the competitive series of **Code Wrestling**. Today, we are gonna solve an easy problem,** **Closest Value in BST.*

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**Github Repository Link**: Github/ClosestValueInBST

**Go to the previous question** → Question — 5 (Non-Constructible Change)

**Go to the next question** → Question — 7 (Branch Sums in Binary Tree)

Write a function that takes in a

Binary Search Tree (BST)…

Question — 5 (Level — Easy)

*Welcome to the competitive series of **Code Wrestling**. Today, we are gonna solve another easy problem,** **Non-Constructible Change.*

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**Github Repository Link**: Github/Non-Constructible

**Go to the previous question** → Question — 4 (Tournament Winner)

**Go to the next question** → Question — 6 (Closest Value in BST)

Given an array of positive integers representing the values of coins in your possession, write…

Question — 4 (Level — Easy)

*Welcome to the competitive series of **Code Wrestling**. Today, we are gonna solve another easy problem,** **Tournament Winner.*

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**Github Repository Link**: Github/TournamentWinner

**Go to the previous question** → Question — 3 (Validate Subsequence)

**Go to the next question** → Question — 5 (Non-Constructible change)

There’s an algorithms tournament taking place in which teams of programmers compete against each other to solve…

Question — 3 (Level — Easy)

*Welcome to the competitive series of **Code Wrestling**. Today, we are gonna solve another easy problem,** **Sorted Squared Array.*

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**Github Repository Link**: Github/SortedSquaredArray

**Go to the previous question** → Question — 2 (Validate Subsequence)

**Go to the next question** → Question — 4 (Tournament Winner)

Write a function that takes in a non-empty array of integers that are sorted in…