Chapter 8: Advanced Array Concepts, Indexed Files, and Linked ListsTRUE/FALSE1.The sorting process is usually reserved for a relatively large number of data items.
PTS:1REF:3262.In every popular computer coding scheme, “A” is numerically one greater than “B.”
PTS:1REF:3263.You do not need to determine a record’s exact physical address in order to use it.
PTS:1REF:3534.When a record is removed from an indexed file, it has to be physically removed.
PTS:1REF:3545.Every time you add a new record to a linked list, you search through the list for the correct logical lo-cation of the new record.
PTS:1REF:354MULTIPLE CHOICE1.When records are in ____ order, they are arranged one after another on the basis of the value in a par-ticular field.
PTS:1REF:3262.The ____ is used as a statistic in many cases because it represents a more typical case.
PTS:1REF:3263.The ____ is skewed by a few very high or low values.
PTS:1REF:3264.When you store data records, they exist in ____.a.some type of orderb.the reverse order from how they were entered c.the same default ordering for all systemsd.a random orderANS: A