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York University EECS 3101 September 24, 2015 Homework Assignment #3 Due: October 1, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. 1. Bob Fnord is the mayor of a large city that is building a subway, which will be n metres long. One day, he was looking at the subway plans in his office. The plans include a list of numbers that give the elevation (in metres above sea level) for each location along the track. Bob types those numbers into an array A [0 ..n ] so that A [ i ] gives the elevation of the point on the track that is a horizontal distance of i metres from the southern end. (Thus, A [0] is the elevation of the south end of the track and A [ n ] is the elevation of the north end of the track.) Assume that the track rises or falls along a straight line between the elevations of A [ i - 1] and A [ i ] along the i th metre of the track. Bob also has the contract from the manufacturer of the subway trains. It says that the subway trains can never travel on a track whose slope is greater than 0.1 at any point.

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