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Here is a problem I'm having trouble with:
Find big Oh and big Omega of log(n!)
I have tried Stirling's formula but I'm not sure that this is a satisfactory approach.
Any suggestions/help would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
The other problem is to solve the recurrence relation
T(n) = 3T(n/4)+n
I simply cannot see the approach required here to solve this.
Again any help would be appreciated.
Thankyou for your reply on Big O and Big Omega of log(n!).
You say that log(n!) is an element of Big Omega of n.
I would have thought that it is the same as Big Oh, i.e.
log(n!) = O(nlog(n)) and log(n!) = Omega(nlog(n))
Surely this is a consequence of Stirlings formula ?