I have a sequence of natural numbers which is generated by a really complicated function.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

This function only takes in natural numbers.

How do I solve for a function that is asymptotic to the sequence?

If I have a sequence of a_{n}s, I want a function that satisfies f(n) ~ a_{n}as n -> infinity.

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# How to solve for a function that is asymptotic to a sequence

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