# Data Structure - Question Details

##### What is the maximum level of a node in a Skip List with n elements?

**A. log n**

B. n

C. sqrt(n)

D. n/2

The maximum level of a node in a Skip List with n elements is generally considered to be log n.

##### Similar Question From (Data Structure)

In C++, the index of the first element in an array is

##### Similar Question From (Data Structure)

In a Red-Black Tree, what is the color of the root node?

##### Similar Question From (Data Structure)

What is the time complexity of inserting an element into a Red-Black Tree with n nodes?

##### Similar Question From (Data Structure)

What is the purpose of the Red-Black Tree property known as the "Red property"?

##### Similar Question From (Data Structure)

What is an array?

##### Similar Question From (Data Structure)

In a two-dimensional array, how is data stored in memory?

##### Similar Question From (Data Structure)

In Red-Black Trees, what is the term for the nodes that do not have two children, either internal or external?

##### Similar Question From (Data Structure)

In Red-Black Trees, what is the purpose of the "Rotation" operation?

##### Similar Question From (Data Structure)

What is the term for the extra black node introduced during rotations in Red-Black Trees to maintain the black height property?

##### Similar Question From (Data Structure)

What is the time complexity of deleting an element from a Red-Black Tree with n nodes?

##### Read More Questions

Learn the building blocks of efficient software through the study of data structures and algorithms.##### Challenge Your Knowledge!

Engage in our interactive quizzes to put your learning to the test. Strengthen your understanding and reinforce your knowledge with our thought-provoking questions and activities.

Explore computer organization, architecture, CPU, memory, bus systems, pipelines, interrupts, and more. Enhance your understanding of computing fundamentals.

## Recent comments

Latest Comments section by users

## Add a comment