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Question 1 [9]

Find a formula for
S(n) =
Use mathematical induction to prove your result. [Hint: Try a few terms first to get an idea of the formula.]

Question 2 [ 9]

The sequence of Fibonacci numbers has very interesting properties and is used in many great problems in science and mathematics. The Fibonacci sequence is defined as following:
F1 = 1
F2 = 1
Fn = Fn-1 + Fn-2 for any n ≥ 3

That is, the first two numbers of the sequence are 1 and every other number is the sum of the previous two numbers in the sequence. So, the sequence looks like the following:

1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, . . .

Using induction, prove the following property of the Fibonacci numbers

For any n ≥ 1, Fn < 2n [ For more fun with the Fibonacci numbers you can watch a video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahXIMUkSXX0 ]  
Question3 [ 9 ]


Consider the following Racket function which determines whether some number occurs in a list of numbers.
;; search : number list-of-numbers -> boolean
(define (search n alist)
[(empty? allist) false]
[else (or (= (first alist) n) (search n (rest alist)))]))

Prove by mathematical induction that
For every number n and any list of numbers L, (search n L) returns true if and only if n is in L.


The following questions are for practice. Do not submit solutions to them.

Question P1 [0]
Write a regular expression describing the strings of characters from {a, b, c} which do not contain two consecutive letters that are both a or both b. That is, That is, strings which do not contain any substring of the form aa or bb ( but may contain substrings ab and ba).

Question P2 [ 0 ]
Consider again the Fibonacci numbers which were defined in question 2.

Using induction, prove the following property of the Fibonacci numbers
For any n ≥ 1,

Question P3 [ 0 ]
Write a regular expression which describes exactly the set of strings of 0’s and 1’s which are accepted by the following DFA.

Question P4 [ 0 ]
Consider again the Racket function of question 5 which determines whether some number occurs in a list of numbers.
;; search : number list-of-numbers -> boolean
(define (search n alist)
[(empty? allist) false]
[else (or (= (first alist) n) (search n (rest alist)))]))

Let C(k) = the number of comparison operations that (search n L) performs on a list L whose size is k. A comparison occurs when the program compares n with an element in the list. That is, when the operation (= (first alist) n) is executed. Prove by mathematical induction that in the worst case, C(k)=k, where k is the length of the list being searched. Note that the worst case for this algorithm is when n is not in the list.
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