What is Data?

What is Data Structure?

What are the types of data structure?

What is the difference between Linear and Non-Linear Data Structure?

What is Array?

What is LinkedList?

How Array is differ from LinkedList?

Which is better Array or LinkedList?

What is Stack?

What is Queue?

What is Circular Queue?

What is overflow and underflow condition of Circular Queue?

What are the application of stack?

How to implement Stack using Queue?

How to implement Queue using Stack?

What is Priority Queue?

What is Tree?

What is Binary Tree?

What is the difference between B-Tree and Binary Tree?

What is condition of Balanced Binary Search Tree?

What is Graph and How it represents?

Which data Structure are Used in BFS and DFS?

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**Number of Children:** A binary tree has at most two children per node, while a B-Tree can have multiple children per node.

**Purpose:** Binary trees are mainly used for simple tree operations, while B-Trees are designed to efficiently handle large amounts of data in systems with slow or limited random access memory (RAM).

**Balancing:** Binary trees do not automatically balance themselves, while B-Trees are self-balancing, ensuring that the tree remains balanced as elements are added or removed.

What is Data?

What is Data Structure?

What are the types of data structure?

What is the difference between Linear and Non-Linear Data Structure?

What is Array?

What is LinkedList?

How Array is differ from LinkedList?

Which is better Array or LinkedList?

What is Stack?

What is Queue?

What is Circular Queue?

What is overflow and underflow condition of Circular Queue?

What are the application of stack?

How to implement Stack using Queue?

How to implement Queue using Stack?

What is Priority Queue?

What is Tree?

What is Binary Tree?

What is the difference between B-Tree and Binary Tree?

What is condition of Balanced Binary Search Tree?

What is Graph and How it represents?

Which data Structure are Used in BFS and DFS?