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# Sorting Algorithm in Java

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Please assist so that I can complete the following:

You will create a program that runs a sorting algorithm on a set of randomized values. Your program should run the algorithm several times, to get the average time for each sorting technique.

STEPS

1. Write a program using C++ or Java that will take in randomized values between 1 and 10,000, sorting 1,000, 10,000 and 100,000 items.

2. Run your program through a sorting algorithm to sort this information using two different sorting techniques. Find the average length of time that it takes by running the program at least five times for each sorting technique.

3. Read and follow the directions in Creating an Archive of Files in Materials below. Provide final source code for your faculty member to compile and run locally to test.

4. In a post to the discussion below, respond to the following questions about your results:

How does the algorithm you chose affect the result of the sort?
How do the algorithm techniques of fragmentation affect the end result of sorting through larger amounts?

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## Students' score computing --JAVA

Write a program that allows the user to enter students' names followed by their test scores and output the following information(assume that the maximum number of students in the class is 50):

a. Class average

b. Names of all the students whose test scores are below the class average, with an appropriate message

c. Highest score and the names of all students have the highest score

example of the data.txt file format:

AAA 85
BBB 90
CCC 100
DDD 85
... ...
... ...

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