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## What is the Big O notation for a hash table?

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Data Structures | Average Case | Worst Case |
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Search | Delete | |

Hash table | O(1) | O(n) |

Binary Search Tree | O(log n) | O(n) |

B-Tree | O(log n) | O(log n) |

## What would be the Big O complexity for a bubble sort method?

The bubble sort algorithm is a reliable sorting algorithm. This algorithm has a worst-case time complexity of O(n2). The bubble sort has a space complexity of O(1). The number of swaps in bubble sort equals the number of inversion pairs in the given array.

**Is Nlogn a Big O Logn?**

O(nlogn) is known as loglinear complexity. O(nlogn) implies that logn operations will occur n times. O(nlogn) time is common in recursive sorting algorithms, sorting algorithms using a binary tree sort and most other types of sorts. The above quicksort algorithm runs in O(nlogn) time despite using O(logn) space.

### Is hash table always O 1?

In particular, any sequence of n operations on the hash table always takes O(n) time, or O(1) per operation. Therefore we say that the amortized asymptotic complexity of hash table operations is O(1).

### Why space complexity of bubble sort is O 1?

The space complexity for Bubble Sort is O(1), because only a single additional memory space is required i.e. for temp variable. Also, the best case time complexity will be O(n), it is when the list is already sorted.

**How do you optimize bubble sort?**

Bubble sort can be optimized by using a flag variable that exits the loop once swapping is done. The best complexity of a bubble sort can be O(n). O(n) is only possible if the array is sorted.

#### Which is better Nlogn or O Logn?

To be easy, you can imagine as the time to take to finish you algorithm for an n input, if O(n) it will finish in n seconds, O(logn) will finish in logn seconds and n*logn seconds for O(nlogn). O(1) means the cost of your algorithm is constant no matter how big n is.

#### Is n or Nlogn better?

No matter how two functions behave on small value of n , they are compared against each other when n is large enough. Theoretically, there is an N such that for each given n > N , then nlogn >= n . If you choose N=10 , nlogn is always greater than n .

**What is the big O of a hash function?**

Big O is used to describe how the run time or memory consumption of a process grows as its input grows. If your array is of constant length, then it will not grow and have an effect.

## Why is bubble sort N 2?

The inner loop does O(n) work on each iteration, and the outer loop runs for O(n) iterations, so the total work is O(n2).

## What is the typical run time Big O notation for the insertion selection and bubble sorts?

3. Insertion Sort

Sorting Algorithm | Time Complexity | |
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Best Case | Worst Case | |

Bubble Sort | O(N) | O(N2) |

Selection Sort | O(N2) | O(N2) |

Insertion Sort | O(N) | O(N2) |

**Is Nlogn faster than log n?**

Yes for Binary search the time complexity in Log(n) not nlog(n). So it will be less than O(n). But N*Log(N) is greater than O(N).

### Is Nlogn faster than Logn?

### Is O Nlogn N same as O Nlogn?

You know your function takes at least O(n) time and also at least O(nlog(n)) time. So really the complexity class for your function is the union of O(n) and O(nlog(n)) but O(nlog(n)) is a superset of O(n) so really it is just O(nlog(n)) . +1 this should be the answer.

**Is hashing really O 1?**

Basically, a hash table is an array containing all of the keys to search on. The position of each key in the array is determined by the hash function, which can be any function which always maps the same input to the same output. We shall assume that the hash function is O(1).

#### What is Big O notation?

Big O notation (sometimes called Big omega) is one of the most fundamental tools for programmers to analyze the time and space complexity of an algorithm. Big O notation is an asymptotic notation to measure the upper bound performance of an algorithm.

#### What is Big-O bubble sort?

Bubble Sort Sorting Algorithm – Big-O Bubble Sort (or sinking sort) is a straight-forward comparison sort algorithm that continuously compares adjacent indexes and swaps them if they are out of order. Algorithms Comparison Bubble Sort Cycle Sort

**What is the O (1) hash value?**

The hash is fixed size – looking up the appropriate hash bucket is a fixed cost operation. This means that it is O (1). Calculating the hash does not have to be a particularly expensive operation – we’re not talking cryptographic hash functions here.

## Why do hash tables not get O (1)?

And unless you have a perfect hash or a large hash table, there are probably several items per bucket. So, it devolves into a small linear search at some point anyway. I think hash tables are awesome, but I do not get the O (1) designation unless it is just supposed to be theoretical.