[Discrete Mathematics] Big-O Notation 

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Erdos Erdos
  • Kkgn19 Kkgn19

    Is the letter you are using an x or an n? For example where it says, "Let [x/n?] > 2" in the fourth line. Thank you!

  • Erdos Erdos

    It's an x, we have never used the variable n in this problem.

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