# A(n) ________ search uses a loop to sequentially step through an array?

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## Problem:

I am new and learning, I need help, can anyone help by filling in the blanks?
A(n) ________ search uses a loop to sequentially step through an array?
A) binary
B) unary
C) linear
D) relative
E) None of these

## Solution:

The correct answer is : linear

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