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Hello , Do you know examples of functions belonging crowds O(sin (n)), Ω (sin (n)), Θ (sin (n)) ?

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Hello , Do you know examples of functions belonging crowds O(sin (n)), Ω (sin (n)), Θ (sin (n)) ?

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You could define what those terms mean.

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Are you sure about this? What about [tex]f(n) = 2^{-n}[/tex] ?CRGreathouse said:it's easy to see that (among others) all positive functions are in Ω(sin n).

Positive functions with a global minimum would be one class of functions which belongs to Ω(sin n).

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