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Problem 5E

In 5 and 6, trace the action of the binary search algorithm (Algorithm 11.5.1) on the variables index, bot, top, mid, and the given values of x for the input array a[1] = Chia, a[2] = Doug, a[3] = Jan, a[4] = Jim, a[5] = José, a[6] = Mary, a[7] = Rob, a[8] = Roy, a[9] = Sue, a[10] = Usha, where alphabetical ordering is used to compare elements of the array.a. x = Chiab. x = Max

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