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What is the best time complexity of bubble sort?

What is the minimum number of swaps operations a standard insertion sort implementation performs on the following list of numbers?

\([20, 54, 37, 15, 64, 5, 65, 32, 13, 53, 23, 69, 39, 1, 24, 60, 33, 58, 63]\)

An inversion is the pair of elements \((i,j)\) in \(A[0......n]\) such that \(i<j\) and \(A[i]>A[j]\).

Given an array of \(n\) distinct elements, what would be the worst time complexity of an insertion sort algorithm if the array has at most \(n\) inversions?

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