Write a function that takes "depth" as argument and return sum of node's data of that depth. For instance, (0) depth 0 / \ (10) (20) depth 1 / \ (40) (50) depth2 If I pass get_sum_by_depth(2) , it would return 90 (i.e. 40 + 50 )1157
Binary tree question - Node has numeric data (int) The function takes depth as argument and sum all the value of the node of the depth. For instance, (0) depth 0 / \ 10 20 depth 1 / \ / \ 40 50 60 70 depth 2 so if you pass get_sum(2), you would return 220 which is 40+50+60+70 (sum of depth2) write the function.1123
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