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CS502 Assignment No. 02 Solution & Discussion Due Date: Dec 07, 2015
Assignment No. 02 CS502: Fundamentals of Algorithms Due Date:07/12/2015 Instructions Please read the following instructions carefully before submitting assignment:
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Question 1:
Consider the following recursive algorithm for computing the sum of the first n squares: Sum(n) = 12 + 22 + . . . + n2.
Algorithm: SUM(n) if n = 1 return 1 else return SUM(n − 1) + n ∗ n
Write recurrence relation for above algorithm and solve it using Iteration Method.
Question 2:
In Divide and conquer strategy, three main steps are performed:
Write an algorithm to find minimum number from a given array of size ‘n’ using divide and conquer approach.


Lectures Covered: This assignment covers first 15 Lectures. Deadline: Your assignment must be uploaded/submitted at or before 07 Dec, 2015. 
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Part1
T(n)=T(n1)+n*n
as we know that T(n1)=T(n2)+n*n
so we put this value
T(n)=T(n2)+n*n+n*n =T(n2)+2(n*n)
T(n)= T(n2)+2(n*n) T(n2)=T(n3)+n*n so we put this value
T(n)= T(n3)+2(n*n)+n*n=T(n3)+3(n*n)
T(n3)+3(n*n) T(n3)=T(n4)+n*n so we put this value
T(n)=T(n4)+3(n*n)+n*n=T(n4)+4(n*n)
..........
T(n)= T(nk)+k(n*n)
If we set n=k
Then
T(n)= T(nn)+n(n*n)=n^3
Part2:
SELECT(Array A,int p ,intr,int k=1)
if(p=r)
then return A[p]
else xßCHOOSE_PIVOT(A,p,r)
q ß PARTITION (A,p,r,x)
rankxß qp+1
ifk=rankx
then return x
ifk<rankx
then return SELECT(A, p ,q1, k)
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Part1
T(n)=T(n1)+n*n as we know that T(n1)=T(n2)+n*n so we put this value
T(n)=T(n2)+n*n+n*n =T(n2)+2(n*n)
T(n)= T(n2)+2(n*n) T(n2)=T(n3)+n*n so we put this value
T(n)= T(n3)+2(n*n)+n*n= T(n3)+3(n*n)
T(n3)+3(n*n) T(n3)=T(n4)+n*n so we put this value
T(n)=T(n4)+3(n*n)+n*n=T(n4)+4(n*n)
..........
T(n)= T(nk)+k(n*n)
If we set n=k
Then
T(n)= T(nn)+n(n*n)=n^3
Part2:
SELECT(Array A,int p ,int r,int k=1)
if(p=r)
then return A[p]
else x ßCHOOSE_PIVOT(A,p,r)
q ß PARTITION (A,p,r,x)
rankx ß qp+1
if k= rankx
then return x
if k< rankx
then return SELECT(A, p ,q1, k)
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