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92. Combinations(n, k).

93. Write a program to sum two binary numbers represented as strings.

94. Compute the cubic root.

95. You have two lists with meetings scheduling (start time, end time) Meetings in single list don't intersect. Find all intersecting meetings across the two lists.

96. Given a binary search tree, write an algorithm to find the kth smallest element.

97. Given a string, return true if it's a palindrome. Only alphanumeric characters considered. Do this in one pass through the string.

99. Write a function that calculates input strings with operators +,-,*,/ eg. "5+5*6" should output 35.

100. Longest common substring between two strings A and B.

101. Find the predecessor of a binary search tree.

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**Problems**92. Combinations(n, k).

93. Write a program to sum two binary numbers represented as strings.

94. Compute the cubic root.

95. You have two lists with meetings scheduling (start time, end time) Meetings in single list don't intersect. Find all intersecting meetings across the two lists.

96. Given a binary search tree, write an algorithm to find the kth smallest element.

97. Given a string, return true if it's a palindrome. Only alphanumeric characters considered. Do this in one pass through the string.

99. Write a function that calculates input strings with operators +,-,*,/ eg. "5+5*6" should output 35.

100. Longest common substring between two strings A and B.

101. Find the predecessor of a binary search tree.

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