- 18.1: Revise the recursive method search, as given in Segment 18.6, so th...
- 18.2: When searching a sorted array sequentially, you can ascertain that ...
- 18.3: How many comparisons are made by the recursive method search descri...
- 18.4: Trace the method binarySearch, as given in Segment 18.13, when sear...
- 18.5: Modify the method binarySearch in Segment 18.13 so that it returns ...
- 18.6: Implement a binary search of an array iteratively. Model your metho...
- 18.7: Write a recursive method to find the largest object in an array-bas...
- 18.8: Suppose that you are searching an unsorted array of objects that mi...
- 18.9: Repeat the previous exercise for a sorted array. Your algorithm sho...
- 18.10: In Segment 18.13, the method contains calls a private method that p...
- 18.11: Consider the number f(n) of comparisons that a sequential search ma...
- 18.12: At the end of Segment 18.3, Question 2 asked you to write a method ...
- 18.13: In Segment 18.7, we said that a sequential search of an array will ...
- 18.14: Repeat Part a of the previous exercise, but now assume that we are ...

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