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1050 CS Section B, Spring 2001 Homework 8 due Tuesday, April 17 Part I Problem 1 Problem 2 Problem 3 Problem 4 Exercise 18, page 317. Exercise 34, page 318. What is the solution to your recurrence? Exercise 4a,b,c, page 330. Exercise 14, page 337. What is the solution to your recurrence? Part II Problem 5 Supplementary exercise 10, page 370. Problem 6 Supplementary exercise 12, page 370. Problem 7 Prove the that...

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1050 CS Section B, Spring 2001 Homework 8 due Tuesday, April 17 Part I Problem 1 Problem 2 Problem 3 Problem 4 Exercise 18, page 317. Exercise 34, page 318. What is the solution to your recurrence? Exercise 4a,b,c, page 330. Exercise 14, page 337. What is the solution to your recurrence? Part II Problem 5 Supplementary exercise 10, page 370. Problem 6 Supplementary exercise 12, page 370. Problem 7 Prove the that solution to the recurrence T n = T n , 2 + 1 is T n = On2 . Problem 8 Use Theorem 2 on page 336 to nd the asymptotic big O solution to each of the following recurrences: a T n = 9T n=4 + n2 b T n = 9T n=3 + n c T n = 3T n=2 + n d T n = 2T n=4 + pn Extra Credit Problem 9 Exercise 20, page 317. Problem 10 Prove that the solution to the recurrence T n = T bn=2c + T dn=2e + 1 is T n = On.
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