I'm new to psuedocode, and I'm having trouble putting all the pieces together: Here is the definition of a function named foo whose inputs are two integers and an array of integers a . . . a[n]. Code (Text): 1 Foo(k,m, a,...,a[n]) 2 if (k < 1 or m > n or k > m) return 0 3 elsereturn a[k] +Foo(k+1,m,a,...,a[n]) Suppose that the input integers are k = 2 and m = 5 and the input array contains 5,6,2,3,4,8,2. What value does Foo return? Using summation notation, give a general formula for what Foo computes. This one is making my head hurt. Here's what I did so far: So line 2 has three conditional statements: If k<1// if 2<1..this is false If m>n//if 5 is greater than the amount of values in the array, which is 7, so this is false If k>m // if 2> 5, this is false So this function will display line 3. So line 3 says: return a[k] which is a which is the second value of the array, which is 6. So take 6 and add it to (2+1, 5, a.....,a[n]) So is what I have done correct up there? If so, how would I know is a[n] is? Am I supposed to be finding that? What would be the final result of all this?