Prove Theorem 11.2.4: If f is a real-valued function defined on a set of nonnegative integers and is . where m is a positive integer, then is not for any positive real number .
The proof of the given statement.
The given statement is,
“A real valued functions is defined on the set of non-negative if is where is a positive integer, then is not is for any positive real number ”.
Then, by the definition of (Big oh notation) there exists two constants such that,
for some -----------
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