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Q: What is a lots of 1 k?

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Assuming the elements are integer type... a[k] ^= a[k+1]; a[k+1] ^= a[k]; a[k] ^= a[k+1]; ...but if they are not integer type... temp = a[k]; a[k] = a[k+1]; a[k+1] = temp;

Factor them. k2 = k x k k2 - 1 = (k - 1)(k + 1) k2 - 2k + 1 = (k - 1)(k - 1) Combine the factors, eliminating duplicates. k2(k + 1)(k - 1)(k - 1) = k5 - k4 - k3 + k2, the LCM

It is 1, since k^1 = k.

-k = -1*k, so the coefficient is minus 1

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k and -k right? -k x -1 =k k+k= 2 k= 1 unless you mean multiply then that would be -k x-1 =k k x k= 2 1.4142 rounded to the nearest ten thousandth

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