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    3D: The bubble sort algorithm has О(n2) complexity. Find the maximum total number of comparisons. In other words, the worst case scenario. The worst case scenario = [n(n-1)/2]. In this case n=16. so the we have 16(15)/2 = 240/2 = 120

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    I can't help with 5b unfortunately as I have only just started D2/C, but I hope that helps ^_^
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    If you have done 5a correctly, you will see that your repeated routes are AG and BC
    To get to A-G, you have to go through D so what i do is highlight that repeated route (theres 2. A-D D-G)
    Then highlight the BC repeated route.
    What i usually do is count the Degree of the Vertex and divide by 2.
    For D. you have 4 ways to get to D + the other 2 you have just drawn on= 6
    6/2=3
    for C, you have a degree of 5 + 1 repeated route (BC)=6
    6/2=3
 
 
 
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