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# (Requires calculus) Show that if d is positive and b > I, ISBN: 9780073383095 37

## Solution for problem 59E Chapter 3.2

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Problem 59E

(Requires calculus) Show that if d is positive and b > I, then nd is O(bn) but bn is not O(nd).

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Step 1</p>

In this problem we have to show that if d is a positive and b > 1, then but .

Step 2</p>

Function is called if there exist constant c and k such that where We have , and d is positive

So, ,

We get indeterminate form.

So, using L’ hospital’s  rule Using again and again we get, Or, Or, For We can express Therefore .

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