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Course: ICS 261, Fall 2009
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261 ICS Fall 2002 Data Structures Midterm 1 Answers Comments on the grading are given in smaller type after the answers. Part I Version A: 1. C 2. C 3. B 4. B 5. B 6. E 7. C 8. C 9. B Version B: 1. B 2. C 3. B 4. D 5. D 6. E 7. C 8. A 9. B Part II. 10. (Here &quot;3x&quot; means 33 on Version A and 37 on Version B.) We add 3x as a right child of the node containing 30. Then the deepest imbalanced node is...

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CSU Channel Islands - ICS - 161
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CSU Channel Islands - ICS - 161
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CSU Channel Islands - ICS - 161
ICS 161-Spring 2007 Design and Analysis of Algorithms Notation for growth rates In both ICS 23 and 161, a major goal is the design and analysis of efficient solutions to problems. At first it might appear that it would be hard to make precise stateme
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CSU Channel Islands - ICS - 261
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CSU Channel Islands - ICS - 261
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CSU Channel Islands - ICS - 261
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CSU Channel Islands - ICS - 261
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CSU Channel Islands - ICS - 261
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CSU Channel Islands - ICS - 261
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CSU Channel Islands - ICS - 261
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CSU Channel Islands - ICS - 261
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CSU Channel Islands - ICS - 151
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CSU Channel Islands - ICS - 151
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CSU Channel Islands - ICS - 151
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CSU Channel Islands - ICS - 151
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CSU Channel Islands - ICS - 151
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CSU Channel Islands - ICS - 151
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CSU Channel Islands - ICS - 151
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CSU Channel Islands - ICS - 151
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CSU Channel Islands - ICS - 151
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CSU Channel Islands - ICS - 151
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