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Can leaf node be called child node in a ternary tree?

(a) True

(b) False

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The correct option is (a) True

The best explanation: Leaf node is a node that has no child. Since Leaf node will always be the node on the last level of ternary tree, so it can be called child node of given parent node in ternary tree.

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