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1-2_3 - 1 Step1 The smallest value ef n is 15 Where...

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Unformatted text preview: 1* Step1 The smallest value ef n is 15. Where algerithm having running time 1'30 112 runs faster than algerithm having running time 2“ en the same maehine. If 2“ 1mm?) n= CI 1 CI [vvhere ‘CI’ net eensielereel) n= 1 2 100 n= 2 4 400 n= 13 8192 15901] n= 14 16334 19601] n=15 32,?53 22500 Thus 11 = 15 is the smallest values at whieh me :12 runs faster than 2“ ...
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