# Hash Tables and Hash Functions

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$1012$ $212$ $109$ 1 $1012$ $1000003$ $1000002$ $999997$ Take the universal family for integers with $p=1000003$. First, add $1000000$ to each integer and get the range of integers between $0$ and $2000000$. Then use the universal family for integers with $p=2000003$. First, add $1000000$ to each integer. Then use the universal family for integers with $p=1000003$. ## Similar Posts

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1. What is the size of the array needed to store integer keys with up to $12$ digits using direct addressing?

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2.What is the maximum possible chain length for a hash function $h(x)=xmod1000$ used with a hash table of size $1000$ for a universe of all integers with at most $12$ digits?

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3. You want to hash integers from $0$ up to $1000000$. What can be a good choice of $p$ for the universal family?

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4. How can one build a universal family of hash functions for integers between $−1000000$ (minus one million) and $1000000$ (one million)?

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