Use the definition of Big - Q to show that nlogn - 2n + 13 = Q(n log n). Use the definition of Big - O to show that NIH n' - 3n = 0(n2). Use limits
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Use the definition of Big - Q to show that
nlogn - 2n + 13 = Q(n log n).
Use the definition of Big - O to show that
NIH
n' - 3n = 0(n2).
Use limits to prove that
13 = 0(2").
Use limits to prove that
n log(n?) + (n - 1)' log
(1 801 zu)0 =

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