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Suppose an array A = ( 9,4,12,2,6,8,18). Which of the following lists of numbers would accurately show the array after the third pass through the

Suppose an array A = ( 9,4,12,2,6,8,18).


Which of the following lists of numbers would accurately show the array after the third pass through the Insertion Sort algorithm?


a) 4,9,12,2,6,8,18

b)2,4,9,12,6,8,18

c)2,4,6,9,12,8,18

d)2,4,9,6,12,8,18

e) 2,4,6,8,9,12,18


Isn't the answer be b) . It says that it is c on the exam.

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Here option c is correct. Because insertion sort is an in place algo. Here in one pass we pick first smallest element that... View the full answer

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  • thank you !
    • ranasayegh
    • Jun 09, 2018 at 2:19pm

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