Identify which of the following statements relating to static and/or dynamic data structures is false.
More space is required to keep N values in a static array of length N than in dynamic data structures such as binary trees.
Random access is a characteristic typical of static arrays.
It is typically more efficient to maintain an ordered set of values when inserting new elements into dynamic data structures such as linked-lists rather than into static data structures such as arrays.
Dynamic data structures such as linked-lists typically allocate space more efficiently than static data structures such as arrays.
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