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(10 points) Harry needs your help breaking into a dwarven lock box. The lock box projects two-dimensional n x n array B - to

(10 points) Harry needs your help breaking into a dwarven lock box. The lock box projects two-dimensional n x n array B – to open the box – in which B[i, j] (for i j, so it doesn't matter what the output is for these values.) integers A[1], A[2], . .. , A[n] and has you enter in a an array A consisting of n A[i] Ali1..+A[j] Harry suggests the following simple algorithm to solve this problem: dwarvenLockBox(A) { for i = 1 to n { i+1 to n { for j sum (A [i..j]]) // look very closely here S Bi, j = S }}} (a) For some function g that you should choose, give a bound of the form 2(g(n)) on the running time of this algorithm on an number of operations performed by the algorithm) (i.e., a bound on the input of size n (b) For this same function g, show that the running time of the algorithm on an of size n is also O(g(n)). (This shows an on the running time. input asymptotically tight bound of 0(g(n))

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