The question of how many ways a committee of 4 people can be selected from a group of 10 is known as a combination. The notation in general for counting the number of ways of selecting r items from a group of n is C(n,r) = n! / r!(n-r)!
Also, given that 0! = 1 by definition, we can show that C(n,0) = 1 = C(n,n)
Also, C(n,r

Solutions to some problems are intrinsically recursive, and writing them in an iterative fashion is difficult. The reverse also holds. Find an example or a recursive procedure and represent it as an iterative procedure. Also, choose an iterative procedure that you would re-write as recursive. What challenges did you face in the

Implement two recursivealgorithms to solve the following problems:
Problem 1: Implement a recursivealgorithm to find the maximum element of given integer array A. Count the number of comparisons while finding the maximum element and print input size, maximum element, and number of comparisons.
Example: integer array A=[1

I need the following problem in C++ with a recursive function and a driver programe to test the function ?
* A recursive program to calculate the Greatest
Common Divisor of two integers using the Euclidean Method.
The algorithm in non-recursive form is as follows:
EuclidGCD(a,b) {
while (b not 0) {
swap(a,b)
b = b

A palindrome consists of a word or deblanked, unpunctuated phrase that is spelled exactly the same when the letters are reversed. Write a recursive function that returns a value of 1 if its string argument is a palindrome.
Notice that in palindromes such as level, deed, sees, and Madam I'm Adam(madamimadam), the first letter ma

Please help with these 2 problems in algorithm efficiency. View attached file.
1. Rank the terms of the following function according to their order of growth. Give explanation.
2. Consider the following algorithm where n is a positive integer.
What is the efficiency class of this algorithm? Show your reasoning.

We can define sorted lists of integers as follows:
Basis - A list consisting of a single integer is sorted.
Induction - If L is a sorted list in which the last element is a and if b >= a, then L followed by b is a sorted list.
Prove that this recursive definition of "sorted list" is equivalent to our original, nonrecurs