Asked Oct 11, 2019

I need help with this C++ problem.


What is the maximum number of comparisons that a binary search function will make when searching for a value in an array that contains 1,000 elements?


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  • A maximum number of comparisons will be done on the bases of a number, for example, a number must be equals to (size of an array minus 1) or (N-1)th array element.
  • In, C++ program array stored natural numbers from (1 to 1000), which means the last array element is 1000. So, to find 1000 in an array, compari...

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