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## Solution for problem 32E Chapter 3.3

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Problem 32E

Determine the worst-case complexity in terms of comparisons of the algorithm from Exercise 5 in Section 3.1 for determining all values that occur more than once in a sorted list of integers.

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We have to analyze the worst-case complexity of the algorithm for determining all values that occur more than once in a sorted list of integers.

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