Binary Search Trees are an essential part of computer science and are frequently asked about in interviews. Let's dive into the top 7 BST coding problems you should know for your next interview.

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Given a matrix of integers sorted row-wise and column-wise, efficiently search for an element in the matrix.

Given an integer A, Compute and return the square root of A without using sqrt function from the standard library. If A is not a perfect square, return floor(sqrt(A)).

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Given an array of board lengths, A painters, & B units of time per 1 unit of board, find minimum time required to paint all boards where each painter can only paint contiguous sections of board.

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Given two sorted arrays, find the median element of the merged array. The overall run time complexity should be O(log (m+n)).

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Given a sorted array that has been rotated, search for a target element efficiently. You may assume no duplicate exists in the array.

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Given a base and an exponent, compute the value of the base raised to the exponent.

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Given a sorted array of integers and a target value, find the starting and ending position of the target value in the array.

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