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Show the contents of the queue after each enqueue and dequeue during a level-order

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Problem 6

Show the contents of the queue after each enqueue and dequeue during a level-order traversal of the binary tree in Figure 24-10.

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IT 100 (10/4­10/6) A. Storage & Databases a. Primary Storage (temporary storage)­loses content when computer loses power. i. Volatile Storage ii. Temporary iii. Refers to random access memory (RAM) b. Secondary Storage (permanent storage)­ permanently saves info for future use. i. Nonvolatile storage­ stores programs & data as opposed to temporary RAM. ii. Characteristics 1. Media or medium­ what holds data 2. Capacity­ amount of storage held 3. Storage devices­ hardware that reads data 4. Access speed­ measures amount of time required by storage devices to retrieve data and programs. iii. Writing­ process of saving info to the secondary storage device. iv. Reading­ process of accessing info from secondary storage device. B. Hard Disks ­ save files by altering magnetic charges of disk’s surface to represent 1’s & 0’s. i. Store and organize files using tracks, sectors, and cylinders. ii. Head crash­ occurs when read/write head makes contact with surface (like a human hair touching the surface) b. Types of hard disks i. Internal­ located inside system unit 1. Store operating system, programs,

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Textbook: Data Structures & Abstractions
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Author: Frank M. Carrano
ISBN: 9780136100911

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