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In a B+ tree, both the internal nodes and the leaves have keys.

(a) True

(b) False

Question is taken from B-Trees topic in section B-Trees of Data Structures & Algorithms I

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Correct answer is (b) False

The explanation is: In a B+ -tree, only the leaves have keys, and these keys are replicated in non-leaf nodes for defining the path for locating individual records.

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