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Algorithms and Data Structures with Python

Quiz Part I: Python Foundations and Basic Data Structures

Questions of Quiz Part I: Python Foundations and Basic Data Structures

1. Which of the following is NOT a fundamental data container in Python?

  • a) List
  • b) Set
  • c) Array
  • d) Dictionary

2. In Python, which data structure is immutable?

  • a) List
  • b) Tuple
  • c) Set
  • d) Dictionary

3. What is the primary advantage of using dictionaries in Python?

  • a) They are ordered.
  • b) They ensure data integrity.
  • c) Quick lookup time for data retrieval.
  • d) They store unique items.

4. In the context of Object-Oriented Programming (OOP), what is a blueprint for creating objects?

  • a) Encapsulation
  • b) Object
  • c) Method
  • d) Class

5. Which data structure follows the Last In First Out (LIFO) principle?

  • a) Queue
  • b) Stack
  • c) List
  • d) Tuple

6. In a singly linked list, what does each node consist of?

  • a) Only data
  • b) Data and two pointers
  • c) Only a pointer
  • d) Data and a pointer

7. Which Python keyword is used to define a new class?

  • a) new
  • b) object
  • c) def
  • d) class

8. When considering the efficiency of algorithms, which of the following does NOT play a significant role?

  • a) Readability of the code
  • b) Time taken for execution
  • c) Amount of memory used
  • d) The developer's favorite programming language

9. How can you retrieve the value associated with the key 'age' from a dictionary named 'person'?

  • a) person.age
  • b) person['age']
  • c) person.get('age')
  • d) Both b and c

10. What is the primary characteristic that differentiates a set from a list in Python?

  • a) Sets are ordered, lists are not.
  • b) Lists are mutable, sets are not.
  • c) Sets ensure no duplicate elements.
  • d) Lists have a quicker lookup time.

Questions of Quiz Part I: Python Foundations and Basic Data Structures

1. Which of the following is NOT a fundamental data container in Python?

  • a) List
  • b) Set
  • c) Array
  • d) Dictionary

2. In Python, which data structure is immutable?

  • a) List
  • b) Tuple
  • c) Set
  • d) Dictionary

3. What is the primary advantage of using dictionaries in Python?

  • a) They are ordered.
  • b) They ensure data integrity.
  • c) Quick lookup time for data retrieval.
  • d) They store unique items.

4. In the context of Object-Oriented Programming (OOP), what is a blueprint for creating objects?

  • a) Encapsulation
  • b) Object
  • c) Method
  • d) Class

5. Which data structure follows the Last In First Out (LIFO) principle?

  • a) Queue
  • b) Stack
  • c) List
  • d) Tuple

6. In a singly linked list, what does each node consist of?

  • a) Only data
  • b) Data and two pointers
  • c) Only a pointer
  • d) Data and a pointer

7. Which Python keyword is used to define a new class?

  • a) new
  • b) object
  • c) def
  • d) class

8. When considering the efficiency of algorithms, which of the following does NOT play a significant role?

  • a) Readability of the code
  • b) Time taken for execution
  • c) Amount of memory used
  • d) The developer's favorite programming language

9. How can you retrieve the value associated with the key 'age' from a dictionary named 'person'?

  • a) person.age
  • b) person['age']
  • c) person.get('age')
  • d) Both b and c

10. What is the primary characteristic that differentiates a set from a list in Python?

  • a) Sets are ordered, lists are not.
  • b) Lists are mutable, sets are not.
  • c) Sets ensure no duplicate elements.
  • d) Lists have a quicker lookup time.

Questions of Quiz Part I: Python Foundations and Basic Data Structures

1. Which of the following is NOT a fundamental data container in Python?

  • a) List
  • b) Set
  • c) Array
  • d) Dictionary

2. In Python, which data structure is immutable?

  • a) List
  • b) Tuple
  • c) Set
  • d) Dictionary

3. What is the primary advantage of using dictionaries in Python?

  • a) They are ordered.
  • b) They ensure data integrity.
  • c) Quick lookup time for data retrieval.
  • d) They store unique items.

4. In the context of Object-Oriented Programming (OOP), what is a blueprint for creating objects?

  • a) Encapsulation
  • b) Object
  • c) Method
  • d) Class

5. Which data structure follows the Last In First Out (LIFO) principle?

  • a) Queue
  • b) Stack
  • c) List
  • d) Tuple

6. In a singly linked list, what does each node consist of?

  • a) Only data
  • b) Data and two pointers
  • c) Only a pointer
  • d) Data and a pointer

7. Which Python keyword is used to define a new class?

  • a) new
  • b) object
  • c) def
  • d) class

8. When considering the efficiency of algorithms, which of the following does NOT play a significant role?

  • a) Readability of the code
  • b) Time taken for execution
  • c) Amount of memory used
  • d) The developer's favorite programming language

9. How can you retrieve the value associated with the key 'age' from a dictionary named 'person'?

  • a) person.age
  • b) person['age']
  • c) person.get('age')
  • d) Both b and c

10. What is the primary characteristic that differentiates a set from a list in Python?

  • a) Sets are ordered, lists are not.
  • b) Lists are mutable, sets are not.
  • c) Sets ensure no duplicate elements.
  • d) Lists have a quicker lookup time.

Questions of Quiz Part I: Python Foundations and Basic Data Structures

1. Which of the following is NOT a fundamental data container in Python?

  • a) List
  • b) Set
  • c) Array
  • d) Dictionary

2. In Python, which data structure is immutable?

  • a) List
  • b) Tuple
  • c) Set
  • d) Dictionary

3. What is the primary advantage of using dictionaries in Python?

  • a) They are ordered.
  • b) They ensure data integrity.
  • c) Quick lookup time for data retrieval.
  • d) They store unique items.

4. In the context of Object-Oriented Programming (OOP), what is a blueprint for creating objects?

  • a) Encapsulation
  • b) Object
  • c) Method
  • d) Class

5. Which data structure follows the Last In First Out (LIFO) principle?

  • a) Queue
  • b) Stack
  • c) List
  • d) Tuple

6. In a singly linked list, what does each node consist of?

  • a) Only data
  • b) Data and two pointers
  • c) Only a pointer
  • d) Data and a pointer

7. Which Python keyword is used to define a new class?

  • a) new
  • b) object
  • c) def
  • d) class

8. When considering the efficiency of algorithms, which of the following does NOT play a significant role?

  • a) Readability of the code
  • b) Time taken for execution
  • c) Amount of memory used
  • d) The developer's favorite programming language

9. How can you retrieve the value associated with the key 'age' from a dictionary named 'person'?

  • a) person.age
  • b) person['age']
  • c) person.get('age')
  • d) Both b and c

10. What is the primary characteristic that differentiates a set from a list in Python?

  • a) Sets are ordered, lists are not.
  • b) Lists are mutable, sets are not.
  • c) Sets ensure no duplicate elements.
  • d) Lists have a quicker lookup time.