# Answer the questions below based on the following sorting function I

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Answer the questions below based on the following
sorting function. If it helps, you may paste the code in your
programming environment. Study the output to make sure
you understand the way it sorts. Does this function sort
the list in increasing or decreasing order? (items at lower
indices being smaller means it sorts in increasing order,
and vice versa) Increasing Decreasing What is the worst
case time complexity of ? Consider different kinds of lists
when the length of the list is large. O(n^2) O(n) O(log(n))
O(1)
Solution
From the question :
Condition :
if L[j] < L[i]
// L[i](lower indices) is higher than L[j] (higher indices)
L[j] , L[i]=L[i] , L[j]
// swap the numbers now L[i](lower indices) is smaller than
L[j] (higher indices), this indicates increasing order.
Option :
Increasing is the correct choice.
Problem 6-2 :
Worst case time complexity is O(n2).
Option 1 is correct choice.

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Answer the questions below based on the following sorting function. If it helps, you may paste the code in your programming environment. Study the output to make sure you understand the way it sorts. Does this function sort the list in increasing or decreasing order? (items at lower indices being smaller means it sorts in increasing order, and vice versa) Increasing Decreasing What is the worst case time complexity of ? Consider different kinds of lists when the length of the list is large. O(n^2) O (n) O(log(n)) O(1) Solution From the question : Condition : if L[j] < L[i] // L[i](lower indi ...
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