Question

Why is insertion sort considered better than bubble sort and does it have any significant impact on the total run time for N where n is the number of data points? (java)

Answer #1

Bubble sort algorithm sorts the elements by comparing the adjacent pairs at a time where the Insertion sort algorithm sorts the dataset by transferring one element at a time to the partially sorted array.

**Insertion sort
is faster when compared to Bubble sort because Bubble Sort swaps
through all remaining unsorted values, moving one to the bottom.
Insertion Sort swaps a value up into already-sorted values,
stopping at the right place. Insertion sort is twice as fast as
Bubble sort.** **Insertion sort has less number
of swaps compared to bubble sort.**

**Yes. It has an
impact on the run time. Because Insertion sort has a fast best-case
running time and is a good sorting algorithm to use if the input
list is already mostly sorted.**

**It is already
sorted so the time required to complete these sort is lesser
compared to bubble sort**

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