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Nodes A, B, and C are placed on a stack in the order first A, then B, and finally C. a. Draw a picture of the stack using the standard abstract graphic Node C Node B Node A b. What would be stored in the variable top? i. Reference to Node C c. A pop operation in performed. What node is returned? i. Node C 7. What error occurs if: a. A Pop operation is performed on an empty stack? i. Underflow b. A Push operation is performed on a full stack? i. Overflow 8. Describe the action of the stack Peek operation a. Pop a node from the stack without deleting it from the structure 9. In the implementation of the Stack operation presented in this chapter, what does the memory cell top store, the index of the array where the nextPush or the nextPop will perform?
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10. Rewrite the stack Push algorithm presented in this chapter assuming that top was initialized to 0 instead of -1. a. If (top == size) Return false else data[top] = newNode.deepCopy() top = top + 1 return true 11. Rewrite the stack Pop algorithm presented in this chapter assuming that top was initialized to 0 instead of -1. a. If (top == 0) return null else topLocation = top top = top -1 return data[topLocation] 12. Give the line numbers of the code presented of the code presented in Figure 3.13 that perform the garbage collection for the structure Stack. a. Lines 28-31 13. Evaluate the following arithmetic expressions written in postfixed notation: a. 45 3 21 + - 10 * i. 210 b. 3 6 * 45 2 + * c. 12 3 * 2 / 14. Write the following arithmetic expressions in postfixed notation: a. 45 + 6/2 i. 4 * 5 + 6 / 2 b. (3 + 4 + 7) / 2 i. 3 4 7 + 2 / c. (b^2 – 4 * ac) / (2a) i. b * 2 – 4 * a * c 2 a / 15. Nodes A, B, and C are placed on an initialized queue in the order first A, then B, and finally C. a. Draw a picture of the queue using the standard abstract Node C Node B Node A b. Indicate the position of the rear of the queue i. 0- C c. Indicate the position of the front of the queue i. 2 - A d. A Dequeue operation is performed. What node is returned?
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i. Node A 16. In the implementations of the structure Queue presented in this chapter, what is stored in the memory cells front and rear? a. 0 17. Give the integer range of the values that rear can assume after the statement: rear = x % 54; executes (assume x is an integer) a. 0-53 18. Give the line numbers of the code presented in Figure 3.26 that perform the garbage collection for the structure queue. a. Lines 35-39 Chapter 4 1. What is one advantage of a linked list structure over array-based structure?
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a. Linked list doesn’t have the fixed size, whereas Array is fixed size. We can also easily add the new item into the list 2. What is ne advantage of array based structures over a linked list structure? a. Array structure has advantage over linked list when it comes to the index access. Searching elements at specific positions is much easier that linked lists 3. Explain the term “fragmented memory” a. Data is stored non-continuous, it’s not stored in any particular order which leaves it in bits and pieces of memory unused 4. What is “dynamic” about dynamic data structures?
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