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Problem 1: Lottery Winners (chapter 8-Searching and sorting) A lottery ticket buyer purchases 10 tickets a week, always playing the same 10, 5-digit lucky combinations. Write a program that initializes an array or a vector with these numbers and then lets the player enter this weeks winning 5digit number. The program should perform a linear search through the list of the players numbers and report whether or not one of the tickets is a winner this week. Here are the numbers 13579 26791 26792 33445 62483 79422 85647 93121 b. Lottery Winner Modification Modify the program (problem 1) so it performs a binary search instead of a linear search. Remember: The binary search algorithm will not work properly unless the values are sorted in ascending order. Use a bubble sort or selection sort in order to sort the values in the ascending order.

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Rajeev K
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#include
main()
int luckyNumber;
int lotteryNumbers[]=13579,26791,26792,33445,55555,62483,77777,79422,85647,93121;
int i,j,n=10;
//sorting lottery numbers using bubble sort
for(i=0;i

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