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Thanks for the help on the last problem. Here is the final problem set I'm stuck on:

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

To me it seems that there will always be a positive c so that cg(n) is greater or equal to f(n). No matter how large n is, since there's no limit to how large c can be (can even be a decimal), wouldn't that always be possible?

Thanks.

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