# Partially Correct Algorithms

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The difference between partial correctness and total correctness is that a totally correct algorithm requires the algorithm to terminate, while a partially correct algorithm is one that doesn't have a terminating function but produces a correct result if halted.

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## Example Question 1

This is the answer to the question, with a detailed solution. If math is needed, it can be done inline: \( x^2 = 144 \), or it can be in a centered display:

\[ \frac{x^2}{x+3} = 4y \]

And our final answer is 10. \( _\square \)

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