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Let A[l..n] be an array of n distinct numbers. If i < j and A[i] > A[j], then the pair (i, j) is called an inversion of A.
a) Show the insertion sort algorithm. Explain clearly how it works.
b) Modify the insertion sort algorithm to count the number of inversions in the input array.
c) Trace your algorithm for question b above as it counts the number of inversions in this array: [40, 30, 20, 10].

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a) In pseudo-code, the Insertion Sort algorithm can be represented like below (two nested loops):

swaps=0
for j = 1 to array.size do
{aux= array[j]    //temporary variable used for swapping the compared items
                   //the item array[j] is inserted into sorted sub-array array[1 . . j − 1]
                   i = j − 1   
                   While (i > 0) and (array[i] > aux) do
                                 {array[i +1] = array[i]...

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