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Then the total wire area of not counting the longest

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Unformatted text preview: he longest root-to-leaf path in � � . Let �� be the length of the longest root-to-leaf path in � � . Let � � � �� 3 �� � � �� the most unbalanced case, where �  � , we have a rectangle that is   . This is “nearly square” because  � , and hence  � , so the longer dimension is at most times the shorter one. 2 ties are broken arbitrarily 3 The longest root-to-leaf path has to pass through the roots of one of the subtrees, so it must include the root-to-leaf path of one of the subtrees 1 in � � Handout 19: Solution Set 9 2 �� and �� be the total wire area of each of the subtrees � � and ��, respectively, not counting the longest root-to-leaf paths. Then the total wire area � of � not counting the longest root-to-leaf path is given by � � � � � �� � �� . Since �� and �� have ��� leaves, �� � ������, and �� � ������. Thus, � � �������...
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