Devise a Monte Carlo algorithm that determines whether a permutation of the integers 1 through n has already been sorted (that is, it is in increasing order), or instead, is a random permutation. A step of the algorithm should answer “true” if it determines the list is not sorted and “unknown” otherwise. After k steps, the algorithm decides that the integers are sorted if the answer is “unknown” in each step. Show that as the number of steps increases, the probability that the algorithm produces an incorrect answer is extremely small. [Hint: For each step, test whether certain elements are in the correct order. Make sure these tests are independent.]
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