# Sort the array of intergers into ascending order: 80 90 70 85 60 40 50 95....

Sort the array of intergers into ascending order: 80 90 70 85 60 40 50 95. Assume 95 is the pivot. Show the two groups generated after the partition. O (80 90 70 85 60 40 50) and 0 O (40) and (50 60 70 80 85 90 40) O () and (50 60 70 80 85 90 40) O and (80 50 60 70 85 90 40)

```Less than 95 are in one set and greater than 95 are in second set

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