Loop used to show properties, Computer Engineering

 A loop invariant is a statement about a loop used to show properties about a loop. Fill in a right function for f (k)inthe following loop invariant and then show that your loop invariant is right by induction. Loop invariant: At checkpoint #2 of the kth iteration of the while loop, the present pointer will be pointing to cell number f (k)on the linked list where the cells are numbered starting with cell one

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