# Chapter 6 Summary

We commenced this enlightening journey by delving into the world of sorting algorithms, key tools in computer science used to rearrange a list of items in a particular order, be it ascending or descending. These algorithms are crucial as they have a wide array of applications across different domains.

The first algorithm we dissected was the Bubble Sort, an easy-to-understand but computationally expensive algorithm with a time complexity of O(n^2) in its worst-case scenario. This algorithm works by repeatedly swapping adjacent elements that are in the wrong order, causing larger elements to "bubble up" to their correct positions.

Our journey then took us to the Selection Sort, another O(n^2) algorithm. This one works slightly differently; it repeatedly selects the smallest (or largest) element from the unsorted section of the list and moves it to the beginning, effectively "sorting" it into its final position.

Next, we explored the Insertion Sort...