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Can anyone give me the solutions for the practice quiz 1 Spring 2011 or some feedback on my answers please?
1.1 true
1.2 false
1.3 true
1.4 false
1.5 false
3.2) O(n) n=length(cyphertext)
6.2)No. In python, the elements of a dictionaire (as is d) don't have an order. Thus, it is not possible to predict which key of d will be evaluated first as k. If ''b'' is evaluated first, when a is evaluated, y will remain as "b" beucase d["b"]=d["a". The opposite will happen if "c" is evaluated first.

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6.3)No. If the string is an empty string, it will generate an error because, as there will occur no iterations, there won't be a value assigned to y.
4) if len(v1)<=len(v2):
big=v2
small=v1
else:
big=v1
small=v2
v3=[0]*len(big)
for i in range(len(small)):
v3[i] = big[i]+small[i]
v3[(i+1):] = big[(i+1):]
if v3==0:
return []
else:
return v3

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Can anyone at least tell me if the following is True or False:
'When Newtonâ€™s method is used to find the root of a polynomial, the order of
complexity is quadratic in the number of terms in the polynomial. '

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TA goes through answers in recitation.

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No, he doesn't. He goes through the answers to the Quiz. I'm looking for the answers to the Practice Quiz.

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