Let ei and ej be two arbitrary elements of the array of size n where i < j. The probability of ei and
ej getting compared depends on the kth smallest element we are trying to find.
Case 1: when i < j <= k
If we chose a pivot element whose index is larger
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#include <math.h>
int fact(int) ;
float exp1(float,int) ;
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float exp3(float,int) ;
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float x ;
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