Computer Science Mock Test UGC-NET (Data Structure) - Part 3


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  1. Two dimensional arrays are also called
    1.  matrix arrays
    2.  tables arrays
    3.  both of above
    4.  none of above

  2. The following data structure is non-linear type
    1.  Stacks
    2.  Strings
    3.  Lists
    4.  None of the above

  3.  Herder node is used as sentinel in _____________.
    1.  Binary tree
    2.  Queues
    3.  Graphs
    4.  Stacks

  4. The following data structure is linear type
    1.  Lists
    2.  Queues
    3.  Strings
    4.  All of the above

  5. What is the pecularity of red black trees?
    1.  In red-black trees, the root do not contain data
    2.  In red-black trees, the leaf nodes are relevant but do  not contain data.
    3.   Both a and b above
    4.  In red-black trees, the leaf nodes are not relevant and do not contain data.

  6. AVL trees have a faster ________.
    1.  Insertion
    2.  Retrieval
    3.  Deletion
    4.  Updation

  7. Which of the following data structure can't store the non-homogeneous data elements?
    1.  Arrays
    2.  Stacks
    3.  Records
    4.  Pointers

  8. The worst-case time complexity of Bubble Sort is________.
    1.  O(n logn)
    2.  O(log n)
    3.  O(n)
    4.  O(n2)

  9. In an array queue, data is stored in an _____ element.
    1.  Node
    2.  Linked List
    3.  Array
    4.  None of the above

  10. The Average case occur in linear search algorithm
    1.  When Item is not in the array at all
    2.  When Item is the last element in the array
    3.  When Item is the last element in the array or is not there at all
    4.  When Item is somewhere in the middle of the array


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