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# Solved: How many comparisons does the insertion sort use

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Problem 46E

Problem 46E

How many comparisons does the insertion sort use to sort the list n, n – 1, … 2, 1?

The binary insertion sort is a variation of the insertion sort that uses a binary search technique (sec Exercise 44) rather than a linear search technique to insert the ith element in the correct place among the previously sorted elements.

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CJ 433­ Evidence, Search and Seizure September 7, 2016 Chapter 4: Forms of Evidence Types of Evidence  Real Evidence­ physical evidence, demonstrative evidence involves summaries or displays and diagrams not collected at the scene  Testimonial Evidence­ words of a witness on a stand  Direct Evidence­ connects individual to crime­ no inference or reasoning is required to arrive at the conclusion drawn from evidence o Example: witness who sees defendant committing a crime, suspect confesses  Circumstantial Evidence­ loosely connects individual to a crime­ requires an inference to be made between the evidence and the conclusion drawn from it­ indirectly proves

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