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8) T/F If false answer why
TRUE / FALSE Although many programmers code merge-
sort to go all the way down to lists of 1 element, many
implementations stop a few steps short of this.
TRUE / FALSE When the list reaches a small size (3-5ish),
the algorithm calls out to a sort which is fast for small lists
like bubble sort.
9) TRUE / FALSE Depth-first search and breadth-first
search are both useful to determine if a path between two
vertices exists.
TRUE / FALSE Shortest-path will find the path between
two vertices whose weight sum is as small as possible.
Solution
ans...
9.a.
True.
Check whether there is a path from the first given vertex to
second. We can either use Breadth First Search (BFS) or
Depth First Search (DFS) to find path between two
vertices. Take the first vertex as source in BFS (or DFS),
follow the standard BFS (or DFS). If we see the second
vertex in our traversal, then return true. Else return false.
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8) T/F If false answer why TRUE / FALSE Although many programmers code merge sort to go all the way down to lists of 1 element, many implementations stop a few steps short of this. TRUE / FALSE When the list reaches a small size (3 -5ish), the algorithm calls out to a sort which is fast for small lists — like bubble sort. 9) TRUE / FALSE Depth-first search and breadth-first search are both useful to determine if a path between two vertices exists. TRUE / FALSE Shortest-path will find the path between two vertices whose weight sum is as small as possible. Solution ans... 9.a. True. Check wh ...
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