So the question 8 said smallest, so I thing should be zero right? 0 was the smallest, and the biggest should be 0.585. Or should I choose B. 0.3 ?
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(09302017, 09:28 PM)ACCD Wrote: So the question 8 said smallest, so I thing should be zero right? 0 was the smallest, and the biggest should be 0.585. Or should I choose B. 0.3 ? Use log base 2 of 3. n^1.585 >= n. So case 1, because n <= n^1.585  epsilon (big Omicron is <=). How much can we subtract from 1.585 and maintain big Omicron? Remember, epsilon must be greater than zero (This is stated in case 1 in the book). 1.585  .3 = 1.285. .6 would go too far. So the answer is 0.3, or B. 
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