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The maximum depth of a binary tree is defined as the number of nodes along the longest path from the root node to the farthest leaf node. It is the height of the binary tree. Let’s look at some examples to find the depth of a binary tree.

Find the maximum depth of a given binary tree.

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*Learn how to **Construct the Binary Tree** with the inorder and preorder traversal.*

The height of a binary tree is the number of nodes along the longest path from the root node down to the farthest leaf node.

- 0 <= number of nodes <= 2 * 104
- -103 <= value of a binary tree node <= 103

*Know how to **Validate a Binary Search Tree**.*

*Find out how to **Build a Balanced BST from a Sorted Array**.*

We hope that this solution to finding Maximum Depth of a Binary Tree problem will help you level up your coding skills. Companies such as Goldman Sachs, Facebook, Microsoft, and Oracle include Maximum Depth/Height of a Binary Tree interview questions in their tech interviews.

If you are preparing for a tech interview at FAANG or any other Tier-1 tech company, register for Interview Kickstart’s FREE webinar to understand the best way to prepare.

Interview Kickstart offers interview preparation courses taught by FAANG+ tech leads and seasoned hiring managers. Our programs include a comprehensive curriculum, unmatched teaching methods, FAANG+ instructors, and career coaching to help you nail your next tech interview.

We offer 17 interview preparation courses, each tailored to a specific engineering domain or role, including the most in-demand and highest-paying domains and roles, such as:

- Back-end Engineering Interview Course
- Front-end Engineering Interview Course
- Full Stack Developer Interview Course

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Note: Input and Output will already be taken care of.

The maximum depth of a binary tree is defined as the number of nodes along the longest path from the root node to the farthest leaf node. It is the height of the binary tree. Let’s look at some examples to find the depth of a binary tree.

Find the maximum depth of a given binary tree.

4

*Learn how to **Construct the Binary Tree** with the inorder and preorder traversal.*

The height of a binary tree is the number of nodes along the longest path from the root node down to the farthest leaf node.

- 0 <= number of nodes <= 2 * 104
- -103 <= value of a binary tree node <= 103

*Know how to **Validate a Binary Search Tree**.*

*Find out how to **Build a Balanced BST from a Sorted Array**.*

We hope that this solution to finding Maximum Depth of a Binary Tree problem will help you level up your coding skills. Companies such as Goldman Sachs, Facebook, Microsoft, and Oracle include Maximum Depth/Height of a Binary Tree interview questions in their tech interviews.

If you are preparing for a tech interview at FAANG or any other Tier-1 tech company, register for Interview Kickstart’s FREE webinar to understand the best way to prepare.

Interview Kickstart offers interview preparation courses taught by FAANG+ tech leads and seasoned hiring managers. Our programs include a comprehensive curriculum, unmatched teaching methods, FAANG+ instructors, and career coaching to help you nail your next tech interview.

We offer 17 interview preparation courses, each tailored to a specific engineering domain or role, including the most in-demand and highest-paying domains and roles, such as:

- Back-end Engineering Interview Course
- Front-end Engineering Interview Course
- Full Stack Developer Interview Course

To learn more, register for the FREE webinar.

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