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# A certain computer algorithm executes twice as many

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## Solution for problem 25E Chapter 5.7

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Problem 25E

A certain computer algorithm executes twice as many operations when it is run with an input of size k as when it is run with an input of size k –1 (where k is an integer that is greater than 1). When the algorithm is run with an input of size 1, it executes seven operations. How many operations does it execute when it is run with an input of size 25?

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