What are clustered and non-clustered Indexes?

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Ans: Clustered indexes is the index according to which data is physically stored on disk.
Therefore, only one clustered index can be created on a given database table.
Non-clustered indexes don’t define physical ordering of data, but logical ordering.
Typically, a tree is created whose leaf point to disk records. B-Tree or B+ tree are used for
this purpose.