 # 1) Solve the recurrence T(n) + 6T(n − 1) + 12T(n − 2) +...

## Question

1) Solve the recurrence T(n) + 6T(n − 1) + 12T(n − 2) + 8T(n-3) = 0 given the initial conditions T(0) = 1, T(1) = −2, and T(2) = 8.

2) Solve the recurrence given by:

T(n) = a for n ≤ 2
T(n) = 7T(n/2) + bn2 , n>2

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This is the first case of Master Theorem from theory:
We have the initial conditions: a=7, b=2, f(n)=b*n2 and log_b⁡a = log_2⁡(7) > 2 (the power of n from f(n)).
In our conditions (a=7,b=2…) this leads that T(n)= O(n^log_2⁡(7) )...

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