Show that f(x) = 21x^2 - 17x - 3 is Big omega (x^2) . I really dont know where to start. Please help. Thanks
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Hi buddy! Originally Posted by micky_577 Show that f(x) = 21x^2 - 17x - 3 is Big omega (x^2) . I really dont know where to start. Please help. You have to show: g(x) is in this case equal to x^2 So, This is what we want to show Deviding by x² leads to or easier Now we determine x to infty and get So the claim is correct, it is in big omega(x²), because it is Any questions? Yours Rapha
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