Table of contents Recursive exponential Recursive max Recursive multiplication Recursive sum Recursive average Recursive uppercase Recursive exponential Given two exponential numbers with the same base, the multiplication is another exponential number with the same base but we add the exponents. We can utilize this observation and define a recursive exponential formula. If (n) is even

Introduction Today, I am going to dive into the awesome world of sorting. It reminds me with entry level computer science courses and algorithm design. The goal of this article is to summarize popular sorting algorithms and put it in one place so that it is easy to remember and refer to. My intention is

Longest Common Subsequence Welcome to the 4th article on Dynamic Programming. You can refer to the first article (introduction) here. I will be using the shortcut LCS to refer to longest common sub-sequence. Let us get started. Introduction One of the applications of “Longest Common Subsequence” problem is comparing DNA strings to see how similar

Problem Write a recursive function to compute (x) to the power of (n) where (x) and (n) are positive integers. Your algorithm should run in O(logn) time complexity Solution Use divide and conquer technique. For even values of (n) calculate x^(n/2) and return the square of that as the final result because x^n = x^(n/2)