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14.1 If an O(n2) algorithm (e.g., the bubble sort, the selection sort, or the insertion sort) takes 3.1 milliseconds to run on an array of 200 elements, how long would you expect it to take to run on a similar array of: a. 400 elements b. 40,000 elements If an O(n lg n) algorithm (e.g., the merge sort, the quick sort, or the heap sort) takes 3.1 milliseconds to run on an array of 200 elements, how long would you expect it to take to run on a similar array of 40,000 elements The insertion sort runs in linear time on an array that is already sorted. How does it do on an array that is sorted in reverse order

