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Give a Big-Oh characterization, in terms of n, of the running firm of the following algorithm. A is an array of integer values. Explain your answer. ()Algorithm Ex1(A) : for i # Let X[1::n] and Y [1::n] be two arrays, each containing n nu

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Let X[1::n] and Y [1::n] be two arrays, each containing n numbers already in sorted order. Give an O(lg n)-time algorithm to find the median of all 2n elements in arrays X and Y. # Use substitution method to show that the solution of T(n) =

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Use substitution method to show that the solution of T(n) = T(n/2)+1 is O(Ig n). # What is Algorithm? What is Algorithm? What is Algorithm? Wha

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We are given n activities with their start and finish times. We have to select the maximum number of activities that can be performed by a single person, assuming that a person can only work on a sing # Let T be a binary tree with n nodes (T may be realized with

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Let T be a binary tree with n node (T may be realized with an array list or a linked structure). Give a linear algorithm that uses the methods of the binary tree interface to traverse the nodes of T # You are given an unsorted list containing integer values wit

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You are given an unsorted list containing integer values with duplicates. Describe a most efficient algorithm to remove all duplicates from this list. Derive the time complexity (Big O) for your algor # Insert the following values into an initially empty BST tree

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Insert the following values into an initially empty BST tree: 6 3 8 12 13 20 17 15 14 You must clearly show each step of the insertion and all actions needed to complete the insertion. # Let A be an array of n distinct integers. Assume that the in

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Let A be an array of n distinct integers. Assume that the integers in A are sorted, i.e. A[i] < A[j], where 0 # The following array is to be sorted in ascending order. Use

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The following array is to be sorted in ascending order. Use the QuickSort algorithm to rearrange the array. Clearly show the internal state of the array after each pass of the sorting process. 3 4 5 6