CSpartB-Aug09Sol

# CSpartB-Aug09Sol - Computer Science Foundation Exam...

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Computer Science Foundation Exam August 14, 2009 Computer Science Section 1B Name: PID: Max Pts Type Passing Threshold Student Score Q1 10 ANL 7 Q2 10 DSN 7 Q3 10 DSN 7 Q4 10 ANL 7 Q5 10 ANL 7 Total 50 35 You must do all 5 problems in this section of the exam. Partial credit cannot be given unless all work is shown and is readable. Be complete, yet concise, and above all be neat . Do your rough work on the last page.

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1) (10 points) Order Notation Assume that the operations below are implemented as efficiently as possible. Using Big-O notation, indicate the time complexity in terms of the appropriate variables for each of the following operations: a) Popping every element off a stack containing n elements ___________ b) Adding m elements to a queue that already contains n elements ___________ c) Computing the arithmetic mean (average) of an array containing ___________ n integers d) Determining the median in a sorted array containing n integers ___________ e) Sorting n integers using Mergesort ( best case ) ___________ f) Inserting n integers into an initially empty AVL tree ( best case ) ___________ g) Inserting n integers into an initially empty AVL tree ( worst case ) ___________ h) Inserting n integers into an initially empty binary search tree that ___________
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