# Homework Library

The Homework Library (HL) is a database of solved homework problems derived from the endless collaborations between our tutors and students. Every item in the HL is the result of one of our tutors helping to raise a student's understanding and skills to a level sufficient to produce the final product on display in the HL, a testament to the success of the academic partnership.

HL materials are not original and are therefore made available for the sole purpose of studying and learning. Misuse of HL materials is strictly forbidden.

The HL was created for students who need immediate help, and in many cases you can find step-by-step explanations on how to solve a problem or examples of proper writing, including the use of citations, references, bibliographies, and formatting. If you don’t find what you are looking for within our HL database, please reach out to one of our tutors and schedule a tutoring session.

Dijkstra's Algorithm in C++
\$20.00
Computer Science
Dijkstra's Algorithm
Programming
Variables
Distances
Functions
Vectors
Loops
Conditions
Statements
City Maps
Coordinates
Points
Paths
Intersection
Greedy Strategy Programming Problem
\$10.00
Computer Science
Programming
Greedy Strategy
Algorithms
Company
Workers
Properties
Sets
Shifts
Intervals
Variables
Statements
Sequences
Complexity
Finish Time
Input
Output
Calculus Questions
\$5.00
Mathematics
Calculus
Data Set
Charts
Intersection
Union
Cardinality
Steam & Leaf Plot
Distribution Table
Distribution Bar Graph
Random Variable
Digits
Intervals
Linear Algebra Questions
\$20.00
Algebra
Equation
Line
Standard
Form
Perpendicular
Parallel
Slope
Y-intercept
Graphing
Real
Axes
Abstract Algebra Questions
\$10.00
Multiplication
De Moivre Theorem
Identity Element
Inverse
Field
Subfield
Intersection
Commutative Ring
Algorithms Assignment
\$1.00
Algorithm
Computer Science
Graphs
Programming Language
Programming
Analysis
Calculus Car Problem
\$15.00
Mathematics
Calculus
Problem
Stationary
Speed
Car
Intersection
10 Problems with Functions, Sets, Recurrence Relations, Modular Operations, and Equivalence
\$75.00
Recurrence
Relation
Set
Operation
Function
One-to-one
Onto
Rule
Counterexample
Intersection
Union
Difference
Subset
Mod
Fibonacci
Sequence
Induction
Equivalence
Relation
Reflexive
Symmetric
Transitive
Class
Three Algorithm Design Questions with Full Steps
\$33.00
Algorithm
Design
Input
Question
Elementary
Operation
Size
Pseudocode
Big-O
Asymptotic
Complexity
Image
2-dimensional
Array
Pixel
Rotate
Clockwise
Set
Circle
Center
Intersect
Collection
Integer
Inversion
List
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