Hello. I am confused about a statement the professor makes in Lecture 8 of MIT 6.00: at around 20:04 in the video he states that order of growth of the discussed problem is O(n*m)--- then continues to say "and if m were equal to n---O(n**2)--its quadratic." Why does he assume that m will be equal to n? An explanation of that whole section involving the complexity of example 4 would be greatly appreciated!

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