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# Explain what is Linear (Sequential) Search and when may we use one?

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# What is Binary Search

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# What is an example of Interpolation Search being slower than Binary Search?

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# Explain some Linear Search optimization techniques

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# Recursive and Iterative Binary Search: Which one is more efficient and why?

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# What is Interpolation Search

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# Why complexity of Binary Search is O(log n)?

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# Compare Binary Search vs Linear Search

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# What is a Jump (or Block) Search?

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# Which of the following algorithms would be the fastest?

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# Write a program for Recursive Binary Search

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# What's wrong with this Recursive Binary Search function?

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# How does the Sentinel Search work?

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# Explain what is Ternary Search?

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# For Binary Search why do we need round down the average? Could we round up instead?

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# What is the optimal block size for a Jump Search? Explain.

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# How to apply Binary Search O(log n) on a sorted Linked List?

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# How is it possible to do Binary Search on a Doubly-Linked List in O(n) time?

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# Is Sentinel Linear Search better than normal Linear Search?

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# Why would you ever do Binary Search on a Doubly-Linked list?

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# Why use Binary Search if there's ternary search?

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# When Jump Search is a better alternative than a Binary Search?

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# What is Fibonacci Search technique?

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# When and how to use Exponential (aka Doubling or Galloping) Search?

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