﻿ Suppose Algorithm A performs n basic operations when given an input of size n, while Algorithm B performs n 2 basic operations and Algorithm
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# Suppose Algorithm A performs n basic operations when given an input of size n, while Algorithm B performs n 2 basic operations and Algorithm C performs n 3 basic operations. Suppose that your computer takes 1 nanosecond to perform a basic operation. What is the largest problem size each can solve in 1 second, 10 minutes, and 1 hour

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