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Finding the Big-O!

by shahin93
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shahin93
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Feb25-12, 02:10 AM
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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

how do i find the least n such that

sqrt(x^3+x^2+3) is O(x^n)?

is the reverse the same?
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Feb25-12, 03:24 AM
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hi shahin93!

try it for x = 10, then x = 100, then x = 100000
you'll soon get the hang of what n needs to be


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