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**(Recursion) The function to be used in the calculation of binomial numbers, C (n, k):**

- Express the recursion definition.
- Give the pseudo-code of the appropriate algorithm.(I would appreciate it if you explain all the questions in an explanatory way.)

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(complexity theory): let language C be:
C = {<p,n> | p and n are natural numbers and there is no
prime number in the range [p,p+n]}
a)explain if the given explanation is good, or if it is bad,
explain why: a professor wanted to prove that language C belongs to
class NP like this: "for each word <p,n> that belongs to C,
there is a confirmation that proves its belonging to the language:
the confirmation is formulated by a non...

1. Consider the Cobb-Douglas production function Q = 6 L^½ K^½
and cost function C = 3L + 12K. (For some reason variable "w" is
not provided)
a. Optimize labor usage in the short run if the firm has 9 units
of capital and the product price is $3.
b. Show how you can calculate the short run average total cost
for this level of labor usage?
c. Determine “MP per dollar” for each input and explain what the
comparative...

Please show all of the factors used in the calculation – PV,
I/Y, N, etc. – NOT just the answer.
If the calculation involves an annuity, please indicate if it is
an ordinary annuity or an annuity due. a. On January 1, 2019 Tom
Jeffers come to you, his CPA, and tells you he wants to retire in
10 years. His life expectancy is 20 years from his retirement. How
much should he deposit on December 31, 2028 to be...

Suppose an agricultural firm has the production function:
f(l; k; a) = l^(1/4) * k^(1/4) * a^(1/4)
where the price of labor is w, the price of capital is r and
acreage (a) has price s.
(a) Verify that this is a valid production function.
(b) Solve the rm's cost minimization problem for the conditional
input demands,
cost function, average cost function, and marginal cost
function.
(c) Suppose that there was a tax on one or more inputs. For each...

Below is a table showing the daily production numbers for 1
worker in both Mexico and Canada. Use these numbers to answer the
questions below.
1 worker in Mexico can produce in 1 day 1 worker in Canada can
produce in 1 day 10 sodas or 2 pizzas 30 sodas or 3 pizzas
a. What country has the absolute advantage in pizzas? Explain
your answer with numbers.
b. What country has the absolute advantage in sodas? Explain
your answer with...

It is about C++linked list code. my assignment is making 1
function, in below circumstance,(some functions are suggested for
easier procedure of making function.)
void search_node(struct linked_list* list, int
find_node_ value) (The function to make)
This function finds the node from the list that value is same
with find_node_value and count the order of the node. This function
should print message “The order of (node_value) is (order).” and
error message “Function search_node : There is no such node to
search.”....

You're are working on n different projects, but in m hours you
are going on vacation. Imagine that for each project i, you had a
function fi that told you how happy the people paying for project i
would be if out your m available hours you devoted 0 ≤ x ≤ m to
project i. Imagine further that each such function has maximum
value at most s, corresponding to the project being fully finished
(and thus the clients being...

pseudocode please!!
Assignment6C: P0\/\/|\|3D. In the early 80s, hackers used to
write in an obfuscated, but mostly readable way called “leet” –
short for “elite”. In essence, it was a simple character
replacement algorithm, where a single “regular” character was
replaced by one or more “leet” characters; numbers remained the
same. Here’s one of the most readable versions: a 4 g 9 m /\\/\\ s
$ y ‘/ b B h |-| n |\\| t 7 z Z c (...

An electronics plant’s production function is Q = L 2K, where Q
is its output rate, L is the amount of labour it uses per period,
and K is the amount of capital it uses per period.
(a) Calculate the marginal product of labour (MPL) and the
marginal product of capital (MPK) for this production function.
Hint: MPK = dQ/dK. When taking the derivative with respect to K,
treat L as constant. For example when Q = L 3K2 ,...

Relations and Functions
Usual symbols for the above are;
Relations: R1, R2, S, T, etc
Functions: f, g, h, etc. But remember a function is a special
kind of relation so it might turn out that a Relation, R, is a
function, too.
Relations
To understand the symbolism better, let’s say the domain of a
relation, R, is A = { a, b , c} and the Codomain is B = {
1,2,3,4}.
Here is the relation: a R 1, ...

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