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Course: CPSC 413, Fall 2009
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413 CPSC Fall, 1999 Lab Exercise #3 September 28, 1999 The following problems will be taken up in the October 46 labs and can serve as practice questions for Quiz #3. 1. Find expressions in closed form that are equal to each of the following summations. n (a) i=1 + n (4i 5) 5i i=1 (b) 2. Find and prove asymptotically tight bounds for each of the following summations. n (a) i=1 n i3 i4 ln i i=1 n (b) (c)...

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413 CPSC Fall, 1999 Lab Exercise #3 September 28, 1999 The following problems will be taken up in the October 46 labs and can serve as practice questions for Quiz #3. 1. Find expressions in closed form that are equal to each of the following summations. n (a) i=1 + n (4i 5) 5i i=1 (b) 2. Find and prove asymptotically tight bounds for each of the following summations. n (a) i=1 n i3 i4 ln i i=1 n ...

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