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Since limn,,(10n2 , = n(n2)and f(n)= Q(n2)). 6 In general, let f(n)= (3knk + uk-lnk-l + . . u1n ao. Recall that this implies that f(n)= O(nk)and f ( n )= n(nk)>. It follows that f(n) is not s(n). 8 Since logn' = 2logn, we immediately see that logn' Q(1ogn). In general, for any fized constant k, lognk = Q(logn). 9 = Any constant function is U(l),i2(1) and 0(1). n+1). This is an example of many functions that satisfy f ( n )= Q ( f ( n4- 1)). 11 In this example, we give a monotonic increasing function f ( n ) such that f(n)is not n(f(n + 1)) and hence not Q ( f ( n+ 1)).

N] of n elements. n] sorted in nondecreasingorder. 1. for i t 1 t o n - 1 2. } 3. 4. if Afj] < A(k] then k t j 5. end for if k # i then interchange A[i] and A[k] 6. 7. end for It is also easy to see that the number of element interchang~is between 0 and n - 1. Since each interchange requires three element assignments, the number of element assignments is between 0 and 3(n - 1). 3 The number of element comparisons performed by Algorithm S E L ~ ~ T I O ~ S Ois RT n(n - l ) f 2 . The number of element assignments is between 0 and 3(n - 1).

The number of element assignments is between 0 and 3(n - 1). 3 above, the number of comparisons performed by Algorithm SELECTIONSORT is exuctly n(n - 1)/2 regardless of how the elements of the input array are ordered. Another sorting method in which the number of comparisons depends on the order of the input elements is the so-called INSERTIONSORT. This algorithm, which is shown below, works as folhws. We begin with the subarray of size 1, A[ll, which is already sorted. Next, A[2] is inserted before or after All] depending on whether it is smaller than A[1] or not.

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