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CS502 Assignment No. 02 Solution & Discussion Due Date: Dec 07, 2015
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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.


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First of all, if n == 1 you should probably return 1. And yes, this recursive function computes 1 + 2^3 + 3^3 + ... + n^3. How do we know that?
Well, take an example like n = 5;
If you add them up => R(5) returns 5^3 + 4^3 + .. + 2^3 + 1.
can u plz explain it? i hve problem in algo
Denoting S(n)
the sum of the first n
cubes, S(n)
must be a polynomial of the fourth degree in n
, let
S(n) = an^4+bn³+cn²+dn.
This is because
1) S(0)= 0
, so there is no independent term,
2) When computing S(n)S(n1)
, which must equal n³
, you get a polynomial of the third degree, by cancellation of the quartic term:
S(n)S(n1) = a(n^4(n1)^4)+b(n³(n1)³)+c(n²(n1)²)+d(n(n1)).
Developing and simplifying,
a(4n³6n²+4n1)+b(3n²3n+1)+c(2n1)+d = n³.
Let us identify the coefficients:
n³: 4a =1
n²: 6a+3b =0
n: 4a3b+2c =0
1: a +b c+d=0
Solving this triangular system is straigthforward:
a=1/4
b=1/2
c=1/4
d=0.
and finally
S(n) = (n^4+2n³+n²)/4 = n²(n+1)²/4.
first we should find the recurrence relation of sum of the first n squares
1^2 + 2^2 + . . . + n^2.
T(N)= T(n2)+n^2
there is mistake in above recurrence relation. pls find it.
now it is easy to solve with iteration method.
is it comlete solution .?
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I think asey hi ho ga
Check iteration method of power 2 k=log n
T(n) = 2kT (n/(2k)) + (n+n+n+....+n)
= n + n log n
see on page 31
any one got the complet solution
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