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Hash tree is generalization of ______

(a) Heap

(b) Hash list

(c) BST

(d) B – tree

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Correct choice is (b) Hash list

Best explanation: Hash list is the list of hashes of the blocks in a set file. Hash tree is a generalization of the hash list in which leaves are labeled with the hash of a data block and every non-leaf node is hash of the labels of its children.

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