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Consider the function T(n) defined by the recurrence formula 6 T(n)= 1<n <3 27([n/3 )+n n 23 a. Use the iteration method to write a summation formula...

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Consider the function I ( 1 ) defined by the recurrence formula
[ ( 1 ) =
6
1 5 71 - 3
| 2 1 ( | 12 / 3 \ } + 12.
71_ 3
a . Use the iteration method to write a summation formula for I ( 1 )
b . Use the summation in ( a ) to show that ! ( 1) = 0 ( 7 )
C . 1
T'se the Master Theorem to show that [ (nj = @ ( n )

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