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) Suppose we use an Open-Addressing Hashing method with a 31 element hash table (first index starts at "0") and our Hash function is defined as:

b.) Suppose we use an Open-Addressing Hashing method with a 31
element hash table (first index starts at “0”) and our Hash function is
defined as:
H(key)=key % tablesize;
But now, suppose we want to insert an item with Key=45 but there is a
collision when we attempt the initial insertion. What are the next
four (4) locations we will try (assuming they also have collisions) if we
are using Quadratic Probing?

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