Data Structure Quiz (Set 9) Data Structures (Set 9) 1 / 10 What is 'radix sort'? A sorting algorithm that uses the idea of divide and conquer A sorting algorithm that repeatedly compares and sorts pairs of adjacent elements A sorting algorithm that works by distributing the elements into a set of buckets and then sorting each bucket A non-comparative sorting algorithm that sorts integers by processing individual digits 2 / 10 What is 'hash collision' handling in hash tables? To rearrange the elements in the hash table To prevent hash functions from generating the same hash for different keys To resolve situations where two different keys generate the same hash value To increase the size of the hash table 3 / 10 What is 'graph' in data structures? A linear data structure used to store elements in contiguous memory locations A non-linear data structure used to store elements in non-contiguous memory locations A data structure consisting of nodes connected by edges, representing relationships between entities A data structure used to implement stacks and queues 4 / 10 What is a 'balanced binary search tree'? A binary search tree that has more nodes in the left subtree than the right subtree A binary search tree that has the same number of nodes in both the left and right subtrees A binary search tree that has a balance factor close to 0 for all nodes A binary search tree where the heights of the left and right subtrees of any node differ by at most one 5 / 10 What is the primary advantage of a 'binary search tree'? Fast insertion and deletion operations Constant-time access to any element Ability to dynamically resize Efficient search operations 6 / 10 What is 'hash table'? A data structure used to store key-value pairs in a structured manner A data structure used to implement stacks and queues A data structure that stores key-value pairs and uses a hash function to map keys to values and ensure fast retrieval A data structure used to implement binary search trees 7 / 10 What is 'queue'? A linear data structure that stores elements with constant-time access and supports dynamic resizing A linear data structure that follows the First In First Out (FIFO) principle A non-linear data structure used to store key-value pairs A hierarchical data structure used to represent relationships between entities 8 / 10 What is 'stack'? A linear data structure that stores elements with constant-time access and supports dynamic resizing A linear data structure that follows the Last In First Out (LIFO) principle A non-linear data structure used to store key-value pairs A hierarchical data structure used to represent relationships between entities 9 / 10 What is the difference between 'array' and 'linked list'? Arrays allow efficient insertion and deletion operations Linked lists allow constant-time access to any element Arrays have fixed sizes, while linked lists can dynamically resize Arrays have contiguous memory allocation, while linked lists use non-contiguous memory allocation 10 / 10 What is the purpose of a 'linked list'? To store elements in a linear data structure with constant-time access to any element To store elements in a linear data structure where elements are accessed sequentially and insertion and deletion are efficient To store elements in a hierarchical data structure To store elements in a data structure that allows quick search, insertion, and deletion Your score isThe average score is 0% 0% Restart quiz