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## Homework Statement

Verify that (n^2 + 3n -3)/n^3 = 0 + O(2/n)

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## The Attempt at a Solution

I really don't have an attempt. I understand Big O notation, but I don't know how to verify this.

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Verify that (n^2 + 3n -3)/n^3 = 0 + O(2/n)

I really don't have an attempt. I understand Big O notation, but I don't know how to verify this.

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What does the big O notation mean?

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a_n converges to A with a rate of convergence O(b_n). Then you can write a_n=A + O(b_n)

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a_n converges to A with a rate of convergence O(b_n). Then you can write a_n=A + O(b_n)

You still didn't say what "converging with a rate of convergence [itex]O(b_n)[/itex]" means.

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I'm not sure, that's why I'm asking :(

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I'm not sure, that's why I'm asking :(

What does your book or your notes say?

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