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Bubble Sort is known to be an O(N2)) algorithm. If a program using this sort completes in .001 seconds when N = 100, what will be the likely…
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xy is a rational number
Is this reflexive, symmetric, transitive, or anti symmetric
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Prove that 6 divides ((n^3)n) whenever n is a non negative integer by using inductions... basis step and inductive step.. Can some one hel…
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an = an−1 + 3an−2, a0 = 1, a1 = 2
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Show that (0,1) has the same cardinatility as R
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Show that (0,1) has the same cardinatility as R
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To show that the Set of all ints is countable you would have to show that there is a one to one correspondence from the set of natural numbe…
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Is anyone familiar with recurrence relations?
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Is anyone familiar with recurrence relations?
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Can someone please explain the differences between reflexive, symmetric, anti symmetric, and transitive please
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IS any one familiar with recurrence relations
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Determine whether the function f (x) = x + 1 from the set of real numbers to itself is oneto one.
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The function that assigns to each positive integer its largest decimal digit... Find the domain and the range
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The function that assigns to each positive integer its largest decimal digit... Find the domain and the range
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Could some one explain adders, half and full for me please.. I'm taking discrete math but some one suggested i ask in the physics section
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Does anyone know about adders, half and full. If you could explain it that would be well appreciated
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Does anyone know about adders ? could you explain half adders and full adders to me please
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Can someone show me how to do the Quine–McCluskey method
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Can some one show me how to do the Quine–McCluskey method
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