- The runtime is O(n) because in the worst case, the node you are searching for is the last node, and every node in the linked list must be visited.
- The runtime is O(nk), with n representing the number of nodes and k representing the amount of time it takes to access each node in memory.
- The runtime cannot be determined unless you know how many nodes are in the singly linked list.
- The runtime is O(1) because you can index directly to a node in a singly linked list.
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