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Question 101
A
True
B
False
Explanation
The statement is true. This word algorithm refers to a special method useable by a computer for solution of a problem. The statement of the problem specifies in general terms the desired input/output relationship.

Question 102
A
Performance
B
System Evaluation
C
Modularity
D
Reliability
Explanation
Algorithms help us to understand scalability. Performance often draws the line between what is feasible and what is impossible.

Question 103
A
Process
B
Evaluation
C
Running
D
Input
Explanation
The running time depends on the input: an already sorted sequence is easier to sort. The running time is given by the size of the input, since short sequences are easier to sort than the longer ones. Generally, we seek upper bounds on the running time, because it is reliable.

Question 104
A
as pseudo codes
B
as syntax
C
as programs
D
as flowcharts
Explanation
Representation of algorithms: -As programs -As flowcharts -As pseudo codes.

Question 105
A
Flowchart
B
Program
C
Pseudo code
D
Syntax
Explanation
An algorithm becomes a program when it is written in the form of a programming language. Thus, any program is an algorithm.

Question 106
A
True
B
False
Explanation
The statement is false. An algorithm when represented in the form of a programming language is called a program. Any program is an algorithm but the reverse is not true.

Question 107
A
Stack
B
Queue
C
D
Array
Explanation
In a queue, the items are inserted from the rear end and deleted from the front end.

Question 108
A
Linear arrays
B
Lists
C
Horizontal array
D
Vertical array
Explanation
Linear arrays are the 1-Dimensional arrays wherein only one row is present and the items are inserted.

Question 109
A
Queue
B
LL
C
Stack
D
Union
Explanation
The answer is Stack. A stack follows the FIFO principle. FIFO stands for First In First Out

Question 110
A
Algorithm
B
Hash Table
C
Graph
D
Flowchart
Explanation
A flowchart is a diagram that helps us determine the flow of the program. Other options are irrelevant.

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