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Consider the number f(n) of comparisons that a sequential search makes in the worst

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Problem 11

Consider the number f(n) of comparisons that a sequential search makes in the worst case. a. Write a recurrence relation for f(n). b. Prove by induction on n that f(n) = n.

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Textbook: Data Structures & Abstractions
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Author: Frank M. Carrano
ISBN: 9780136100911

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