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31 一般而言將森林(forest)轉換成二元樹時,其表示結果為下列何者?
(A) 左兒子-右兒子表示法(left child-right child representation
(B) 左兒子-右兄弟表示法(left child-right sibling representation
(C) 左兄弟-右兄弟表示法(left sibling-right sibling representation
(D) 以上三種表示法都不行
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答案:B
難度:適中
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林聖承 國三下 (2016/04/08 19:08)
系上課本"細談資料結構"  連裡面都沒寫
這會不會考太深了
才四級考試耶
Many single-child parents face a dilemma: whether or not to have a second child. Because there are no other children in the family for an only child to associate with, he or she might feel lonely at times. Besides, it is often reported that an only child may be more spoiled than one with siblings. A single child will not easily learn to negotiate with others, leaving the child less capable of interacting well with people his or her own age. 
However, for some single-child parents, particularly those with busy careers, the pressures of devoting time and energy to a second child can seem too overwhelming. For other parents, the financial burden of having a second child may be the prime consideration
Advocates of single-child families argue that there are advantages for both the child and the parents. With just one child, there is less potential for family arguments arising from favoritism. Moreover, the parents can give, and the child can receive, more quality time and attention. This often leads to increased self-esteem and confidence
Unfortunately, there is no simple answer to the question. The circumstances affecting each set of parents are unique, and what is appropriate for one family may not be for another

【題組】What does the wordsiblingmean in the first paragraph?
(A)A brother or sister
(B)A father or mother
(C)A nephew or niece
(D)An uncle or aunt
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答案:A
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Lydia168888 高二上 (2013/05/15 22:13)
siblin.....看完整詳解
下列敘述何者不正確?
(A)陣列(array)是一個可用來存放資料的固定空間
(B)堆疊(stack)是可用來實作優先佇列 (priority queue) 的一種資料結構
(C)佇列(queue)是一個先進先出的資料結構,可使用陣列來實作,但無法用鏈結串列(linked list)來實作
(D)左子右弟表示法(left-child right-sibling representation)是一種可用二元樹(binary tree) 來表示任意樹狀結構的表示法
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答案:C
難度:適中
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How is it that siblings (兄弟姐妹) can turn out so differently? One answer is that in fact each sibling grows up in a different family. The firstborn is, for a while, an only child, and therefore has a completely different experience of the parents than those born later. The next child is, for a while, the youngest, until the situation is changed by a new arrival. The mother and father themselves are changing and growing up too. One sibling might live in a stable and close family in the first few years; another might be raised in a family crisis, with a disappointed mother or an angry father.
Sibling competition was identified as an important shaping force as early as in 1918. But more recently, researchers have found many ways in which brothers and sisters are a lasting force in each otherslives. Dr. Annette Henderson says firstborn children pick up vocabulary  more quickly than their siblings. The reason for this might be that the later children aren’t getting the same one-on-one time with parents. But that doesn’t mean that the younger children have problems with language development. Later-borns don’t enjoy that much talking time with parents, but instead they harvest lessons from bigger brothers and sisters, learning entire phrases and getting an understanding of social concepts such as the difference between “I” and “me”. 
A Cambridge University study of 140 children found that siblings created a rich world of play that helped them grow socially. Love-hate relationships were common among  the children. Even those siblings who fought the most had just as much positive communication as the other sibling pairs.
One way children seek more attention from parents is by making themselves different from their siblings, particularly if they are close in age. Researchers have found that the first two children in a family are typically more different from each other than the second and third. Girls with brothers show their differences to a maximum degree by being more feminine than girls with sisters. A 2003 research paper studied adolescents from 185 families over two years, finding that those who changed to make themselves different from their siblings were successful in increasing the amount of warmth they gained from their parents


【題組】65. What was found about fights among siblings?
(A). Siblings hated fighting and loved playing.
(B). Siblings in some families fought frequently.
(C). Sibling fights led to bad sibling relationships.
(D). Siblings learned to get on together from fights.
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答案:A
難度:適中
8 考慮下列用一維陣列儲存的完整二元樹(Complete Binary Tree):{A, B, C, D, E, F, G, ...},請問 D 的兄弟 (Sibling)節點為何?
(A) B
(B) C
(C) E
(D) F
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答案:C
難度:適中
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pcstwx 小六下 (2013/12/03 21:35)
方法是第一層是A
        第二層是B C
      第三層是D E F G
所以說D的兄弟為 E
如是問D的父節點為 B