## Subset Sum Problem (Part II)

Given a set of numbers,our task is to find the number of subsets that sum to a particular value. Example- Set of numbers- {1,3,2,5,4,9} Sum=9 Subsets that sum t...

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# Category: Algorithms

## Subset Sum Problem (Part II)

## Subset Sum Problem

## Doubly Linked Lists

## Linked Lists

## All Permutations

## Path Finding

## Longest path in a tree

## Applications of DFS

## Longest Common Subsequence

## Activity Selection Problem

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Given a set of numbers,our task is to find the number of subsets that sum to a particular value. Example- Set of numbers- {1,3,2,5,4,9} Sum=9 Subsets that sum t...

Given a set of positive integers and a value sum,the task is to find if there is a subset with sum equal to the given value. Example- Given set of numbers- {3,3...

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Activity selection problem is an example of greedy algorithm.Greedy algorithms look for simple, easy-to-implement solutions to complex, multi-step problems by d...