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    How to find median of a BST?
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    Find the no. of elements on the left side.
    If it is n-1 the root is the median.
    If it is more than n-1, then it has already been found in the left subtree.
    Else it should be in the right subtree.

    Its better to count all the elements in the tree in one traversal and then use inorder traversal to print the n/2th element in second traversal.

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    Its simply the ROOT of the tree, with a condition that the tree is Sorted and has equal number of nodes on both sides - left and right.

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