# Find the maximum sum from root to leaf path in Binary Tree

In a binary tree, a root-to-leaf path is a path that starts from the root node and ends at a leaf node. A leaf node is a node that has no children. The sum of a root-to-leaf path is the sum of the values of all the nodes in the path. The maximum sum from root to leaf path is the root-to-leaf path with the maximum sum. To find the maximum sum from root to leaf path in a binary tree, we can use a recursive algorithm. The algorithm starts at the root node and recursively traverses the left and right subtrees. At each node, the algorithm calculates the sum of the root-to-node path and stores it in a variable. If the node is a leaf node, the algorithm compares the sum to the maximum sum found so far and updates it if the current sum is greater.

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