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Discrete Mathematics With ApplicationsExercises 40—43 refer to another algorithm, known as Horner’s rule, for finding the value of a polynomial. Algorithm 11.3.4 Homer’s Rule [This algorithn computes the value of a polynomial a [ n ] x n + a [ n − 1 ] x n − 1 + ⋯ + a [ 2 ] x 2 + a [ 1 ] x + a [ 0 ] by nesting successive additions and multiplications as indicated in the following parenthesization: ( ( ⋯ ( ( a [ n ] x + a [ n − 1 ] ) x + a [ n − 2 ] ) x + ⋯ + a [ 2 ] ) x + a [ 1 ] ) x + a [ 0 ] . At each stage, starting with a [ n ] , the current value of polyval is multiplied by x and the next lower coefficient of the polynomial is added to it.] Input: n[a nonnegative integer], a [ 0 ] , a [ 1 ] , a [ 2 ] , … , a [ n ] [an array of real numbers], x [a real number] Algorithm Body: p o l y v a l : = a [ n ] for i : = 1 to n p o l y v a l : = p o l y v a l ⋅ x + a [ n − i ] next i [ A t t h i s p o i n t p o l y v a l = a [ n ] x n + a [ n − 1 ] x n − 1 + ⋯ + a [ 2 ] x 2 + a [ 1 ] x + a [ 0 ] . ] Output: polyval [a real number] 42. Let t n = the number of additions and multiplications that are performed when Algorithm 11.3.4 is executed for a polynomial of degree n. Express t n , as a function of n.BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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Exercises 40—43 refer to another algorithm, known as Horner’s rule, for finding the value of a polynomial.

Algorithm 11.3.4 Homer’s Rule *[This algorithn computes the value of a polynomial *
*by nesting successive additions and multiplications as indicated in the following parenthesization:*

*At each stage, starting with *
*the current value of polyval is multiplied by x and the next lower *coefficient *of the polynomial is added to it.]* Input: *n[a nonnegative integer], *
*[an array of real numbers], x [a real number]* Algorithm Body:

*n *
*i *

Output: *polyval [a real number]*

42. Let
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