Why is 2n^2 = O(n^3) ?
This is given as an example of big O notation in the MIT OCW Introduction to Algorithms (SMA 5503) course. It's in lecture 2 around minute 3.
My calc background is extremely shaky, and I really don't understand what's going on there.

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It is O(n^2)

hmm. Then the professor must've made a mistake. Thanks!

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