By Thomas H. Cormen, Charles E. Leiserson, Ronald L. Rivest, Clifford Stein

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1. Can use Stirling’s approximation, √ n n 1 , 1+ n! ) = (n lg n). 1-1 First, let’s clarify what the function max( f (n), g(n)) is. Let’s deÞne the function h(n) = max( f (n), g(n)). Then h(n) = f (n) if f (n) ≥ g(n) , g(n) if f (n) < g(n) . Since f (n) and g(n) are asymptotically nonnegative, there exists n0 such that f (n) ≥ 0 and g(n) ≥ 0 for all n ≥ n0 . Thus for n ≥ n0 , f (n) + g(n) ≥ f (n) ≥ 0 and f (n)+g(n) ≥ g(n) ≥ 0. Since for any particular n, h(n) is either f (n) or g(n), we have f (n) + g(n) ≥ h(n) ≥ 0, which shows that h(n) = max( f (n), g(n)) ≤ c2 ( f (n) + g(n)) for all n ≥ n0 (with c2 = 1 in the deÞnition of ).

I] is now the i smallest values originally in A[1 . n], in sorted order. Moreover, since the for loop of lines 2–4 permutes A[i . n], the subarray A[i + 1 . n] consists of the n − i remaining values originally in A[1 . n]. Termination: The for loop of lines 1–4 terminates when i = n + 1, so that i − 1 = n. By the statement of the loop invariant, A[1 . i − 1] is the entire array A[1 . n], and it consists of the original array A[1 . n], in sorted order. Note: We have received requests to change the upper bound of the outer for loop of lines 1–4 to length[A] − 1.

Lg ln ln n = ω(lg∗ n). 6. 18)). 7. n! 17). 8. (lg n)! = ((lg n)lg n+1/2 e− lg n ) by substituting lg n for n in the previous justiÞcation. (lg n)! = ((lg n)lg n+1/2 n − lg e ) because alogb c = clogb a . b. The following f (n) is nonnegative, and for all functions gi (n) in part (a), f (n) is neither O(gi (n)) nor (gi (n)). f (n) = 22 0 n+2 if n is even , if n is odd . Lecture Notes for Chapter 4: Recurrences Chapter 4 overview A recurrence is a function is deÞned in terms of • • one or more base cases, and itself, with smaller arguments.