by Dan | Apr 10, 2022 | mathematics

In class, we discussed a divide-and-conquer algorithm (attributed to Karatsuba) to multiply two long integers by dividing the numbers into two halves and using only 3 half-size multiplications, with time complexity πΆ(π πππππ ) = πΆ(π π.πππ). In this...
by Dan | Mar 23, 2022 | mathematics

For centuries, for millennia, Mathematicians have been enamored with prime numbers. From the Samarians to the Greeks to modern-day mathematicians, prime numbers have fascinated intellectuals. The question is, why? Primes are a part of modern encryption,...
by Belinder | Mar 21, 2022 | mathematics

Please identify a physical location in the U.S.A. (this location could be a forest preserve, a farm, a recreational area, mining site, reclaimed wetland) where conservation practices and ‘land productivity’ can be improved...
by Dan | Mar 3, 2022 | mathematics

Provide a clear solution to the question.Provide an explanation for your point of view to support your point.Make sure to describe how your evidence proves your point. Donβt assume itβs obvious.A county real estate appraiser wants to develop a statistical model to...
by Belinder | Feb 17, 2022 | mathematics

Choose 2 non-recursive sorting algorithms that you have read about in the text or in the supplemental resources. Discuss (compare and contrast) the time complexities and space complexities of each algorithm. Complete the following: Provide the non-recursive logic...
by Belinder | Feb 15, 2022 | mathematics

In many sports, one can see that the trajectory of a ball follows a parabolic path. This means that the path of the ball is similar to a parabola. The height of anobject moving under the influence of gravity can be modeled by using a quadratic equation. As an object...