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Choose which of the following describes a key difference between an array and a linked list.
(a).
An array is a non-linear data structure, while a linked list is a linear data structure.
(b).
In an array, elements are stored in non-contiguous memory locations, while in a linked list, elements are stored in contiguous memory locations.
(c).
An array is a linear data structure, while a linked list is a non-linear data structure.
(d).
In an array, elements are stored in contiguous memory locations, while in a linked list, elements are stored in non-contiguous memory locations.

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