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**C++ need all 5 parts and input files**

The project consists of 5 parts. Please read the following for details.

Part 1

Implement the Insertion Sort algorithm in C++.

Requirement

Input of the program: Unsorted list of integers separated by spaces; your program must read

input file containing the numbers to be sorted.

Output of the program: Sorted list of inputted integers separated by spaces in ascending order.

Example

Input: 10 3 92 43 1 20 39 45 98

Output: 1 3 10 20 29 39 45 92 98

Part 2

Implement the Selection Sort algorithm in C++.

Requirement

Input of the program: Unsorted list of integers separated by spaces; your program must read

input file containing the numbers to be sorted.

Output of the program: Sorted list of inputted integers separated by spaces in ascending order.

Please check the input and output examples in Part 1.

Part 3

Implement the Quick Sort algorithm in C++.

Requirement

Input of the program: Unsorted list of integers separated by spaces; your program must read

input file containing the numbers to be sorted.

Output of the program: Sorted list of inputted integers separated by spaces in ascending order.

Pivot: you need to infuse randomness for choosing pivot; you come up with an idea and

explain it as comments in your program.

Please check the input and output examples in Part 1.

Part 4

Implement the Merge Sort algorithm in C++.

Requirement

Input of the program: Unsorted list of integers separated by spaces; your program must read

input file containing the numbers to be sorted.

Output of the program: Sorted list of inputted integers separated by spaces in ascending order.

Pivot: you need to infuse randomness for choosing pivot; you come up with an idea and

explain it as comments in your program.

Please check the input and output examples in Part 1.

Part 5

Measure the actual execution time of 4 algorithms above by using the following six inputs.

Compare the results and DISCUSS about it in terms of time complexity of each algorithm;

you may use graph for comparison. For this Part 5, please submit a separate file in word

document. (*Note: Your program may crash for input 3 due to the lack of memory space in

your computer. In this case, please include the details of this error/crash in your report.)

Input 1: 1 2 3 4 5 .... 100

Input 1’: 100 99 98 97 .... 3 2 1

Input 2: 1 2 3 4 5 .... 1000

Input 2’: 1000 999 998 997 .... 3 2 1

Input 3: 1 2 3 4 5 .... 10000

Input 3’: 10000 9999 9998 9997 .... 3 2 1

For this project, I will have to submit at least 5 files PLUS INPUT FILES that

you use to run your programs; e.g. insertionshort.cpp, selectionsort.cpp,

quicksort.cpp, mergesort.cpp and report.docx PLUS your own input files.

the sample implementation of the four sorting algorithms (Insertion Sort, Selection Sort, Quick Sort, and Merge Sort) in C++ based on the requirements you provided. However, since the input files are not specified, I will assume that you want to pass the input as command line arguments.