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# Part I (75 points) Write a method named minimumValue, which returns the smallest value in an array that is passed (in) as an argument. The method must use Recursion to find the smallest value....

Part I (75 points) Write a method named minimumValue, which returns the smallest value in an array that is passed (in) as an argument. The method must use Recursion to find the smallest value. Demonstrate the method in a full program, which does not have to be too long regarding the entire code (i.e. program). Write (paste) the Java code in this word file (.docx) that is provided. (You can use additional pages if needed, and make sure your name is on every page in this word doc.) Use the following array to test the method: int[] seriesArray = {-6, -12, +1800, +101, +200, +3, 0, +19, -500, -1, +1, +500} Make sure that this seriesArray tests for these values given your recursive method. Part II (25 points) Algorithmic Performance as you are aware, consists (mainly) of 2 dimensions: Time and Space. From a technical perspective, discuss the following:  How would you go about estimating the time required for an algorithm’s efficiency (i.e. time to complete in terms of its potential complexity)? What techniques can you use? Give an example of how to measure it.

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## Solution

Kshitij answered on Mar 05 2022
public class Main {
public static void main(String[] args) {
int[] testA
= {12, 32, 45, 435, -1, 345, 0, 564, -10, 234, 25};
findMin(testA
);
}
public static int findMin(int[] a
) {
int result = findMinAux(a
, a
.length - 1, a
[a
.length - 1]);
...
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