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### Data Structures Basics MCQs | Page 12 of 16

Q111.
A relation that can be used to partition a set into equivalence classes is called
Q112.
If a binary relation is antisymmetric and transitive is referred to as
Q113.
A sequence is also referred to as a
Q114.
Duplicate-valued elements can be attributed in a
Q115.
Each member of a set can be thought of an/a
Q116.
A collection of elements having an specific order is called
Q117.
Total order is also called
Q118.
If every pair of distinct elements in a partial order are comparable, then order is called a