The minimum size of an array to store a binary tree of n levels is

A. Floor of log n! B. Ceiling of log n! C. m+n-1
D. m+n E. 2^n F. 2^n-1
G. 2000 H. 1000/2 I. Static
J. Dynamic K. p+q L. p+q-2
M. Logical properties N. Physical properties O. Segment violation
P. Block overflow Q. AB/CDE+AC R. AB/CDEAC*+
S. Strings T. Pointers U. inorder

4.1 A sorting algorithm on n elements based on binary comparisons requires at least
_______ comparisons.
4.2 Two sorted lists with m elements and n elements can be merged into a sorted list using
no more than _________ comparisons.
4.3 argv an array of pointers to _________.
4.4 The minimum size of an array to store a binary tree of n levels is ________.
4.5 The number of edges in a full binary tree with 1,000 internal vertices is ____________.
4.6 An error caused by a program trying to access memory outside its address space is
known as ________.
4.7 The storage class of a variable declared inside a function which allows retention of its previous value is termed as _________.
4.8 An abstract data type is a(n) __________.
4.9 Number of nodes required to store the adjacency list of a directed graph that has “p”
vertices and ‘q’ edges is __________.
4.10 The postfix form of the expression A/B ** C + D*E- A*C is _____________.

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