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  1. Hi friends, thanks in advance to those who help fail to solve the question. One of the simplest algorithms for sorting is called income sorting. - At the beginning of the algorithm, the unsorted sub-array is the entire array. - On the left side of the array, we will have a sorted sub-array, which in each iteration will grow by one limb. - At the beginning of the algorithm, the sorted subset is empty. - In each iteration we will look at the member belonging to the unsorted subset, and we will put it in the appropriate place in the sorted subset. - The consequences are that the sorted area grows in one, and the non-sorted area grows in one. - When there are no organs left in the non-sorted subset, the algorithm will end. This is the algorithm - write an action in c: void InsertSort (int * arr, int size)
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