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Your company provides answering services for several major catalog retailers. The number of calls coming into the service center per month has continued to increase over the past 18 months. The phone system is approaching the maximum load limits and needs to be upgraded. You've been assigned to head up the upgrade project. Based on the company's experience with the vendor who worked on the last phone upgrade project, you're confident they'll be able to assist you with this project as well. Which of the following is true? A. You’ve made an assumption about vendor availability and expertise. The project came about due to a business need. B. Vendor availability and expertise are constraints. The project came about due to a business need. C. You've made an assumption about vendor availability and expertise. The project came about due to a marketing demand. D. Vendor availability and expertise are constraints. The project came about due to a marketing demand.

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Assume an array of structure is in order by studentID field of the record, where student IDs go from 101 to 500. Write the most efficient pseudocode algorithm you can to find the record with a specific studentID if every single student ID from 101 to 500 is used and the array has 400 elements. Write the most efficient pseudocode algorithm you can to find a record with a studentID near the end of the IDs, say in the range from 450 to 500, if not every single student ID in the range of 101 to 500 is used and the array size is only 300

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