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The invert_dictPython function is supposed to invert a dictionary....

The invert_dict Python function is supposed to invert a dictionary. Based on the sample input and the output shown below, the function is correct. invert_dict({1: 10, 2: 10, 3: 20}) {10: [1, 2, 3], 20: [3]}


Select one: True False 


Boolean expression control_________________.

recursion

conditional execution

alternative execution

all of the above


When you create a new object that has the same value as an existing object is known as creating an alias.

Select one: True False 


A Python loop where the terminating condition is never achieved is called _______.

Select one: a. an infinite loop b. a universal loop c. a while loop d. a for .. ever loop


In the Python code below, will execution ever terminate and what is the outcome?

def recurse():

recurse()

recurse()

Select one:

a. Termination with Python interpreter crash

b. No termination with Python running until manually stopped

c. Termination with RecursionError: maximum recursion depth exceeded

d. Termination with no output and no error e. Syntax error https://www.coursehero.com/file/55208118/CS-1101-Final-Exam-Part-3-Term-5-2019pdf/ This study resou

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