Define different types of sparse matrix, Data Structure & Algorithms

Q1. Define a sparse matrix. Explain different types of sparse matrices? Evaluate the method to calculate address of any element ajk of a matrix stored in memory.

Q2. A linear array A is given with lower bound as 1. If address of A[25] is 375 and A[30] is 390, then find address of A[16].

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