Big Oh notation describes the limiting behavior of a function \(f(n)\) when its argument approaches infinity. Let \(f,g\) be two functions on positive numbers. We write \(f = O(g)\) if there exists \(c>0\) such that \(f(n)\leq c \cdot g(n)\) for…

Big Oh notation describes the limiting behavior of a function \(f(n)\) when its argument approaches infinity. Let \(f,g\) be two functions on positive numbers. We write \(f = O(g)\) if there exists \(c>0\) such that \(f(n)\leq c \cdot g(n)\) for…