$\displaystyle T(\left\lfloor n \right\rfloor ) = 9T(\left\lfloor {\frac{n}{3}} \right\rfloor ) + \frac{{n^2 }}{{\log n}}$ thanks
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Originally Posted by liberty $\displaystyle T(\left\lfloor n \right\rfloor ) = 9T(\left\lfloor {\frac{n}{3}} \right\rfloor ) + \frac{{n^2 }}{{\log n}}$ thanks Is this supposed to be a question?
Originally Posted by liberty $\displaystyle T(\left\lfloor n \right\rfloor ) = 9T(\left\lfloor {\frac{n}{3}} \right\rfloor ) + \frac{{n^2 }}{{\log n}}$ thanks since no one answered and time have past, (i had the time to think about it) i think that this one cant be solved with master theorem.
Originally Posted by undefined Is this supposed to be a question? This is supposed to be a recursive relation, as i know. Thanks
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