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For example, ad nd . Another :=< ' 1r(n) denotes the number of prime numbers less than or equal to n. 8. There are two other commonly used symbols that are closely related to big0: fl and e. The notation f = fl(g) means exactly the same thing as g = O(f). The notation f = 8(g) means that both f = O(g) and f = fl(g); in other words, there exist positive constants C 1 , C2, and n0 such that C1g(n) S f(n) S C2g(n) for n 2: no. 20 Chapter 2. Complexity of Computations 9. These symbols are often used in the middle of formulas rather than right after an equal sign.

IT! - 1 +U! -1 = U! -I V! , = v1r1 +uob , = vb + ua , 29 V = U o q0v 1 , U = v1 - U! - 2 = V! , • To estimate the time required for all this, we recall that the number of bit operations in the division a = q0b + r1 is at most length( b) length(q0). Similarly, the time for the division r1 _1 = q1 rj + r1+1 is at most length(rj ) length(qj) :::; length(b) length(q1 ). Thus, the total time for all the divisions is O ( ln b(ln qo + ln q1 + +In ql+ 1 ) ) = 0 ( (ln b)(In TI qj ) ) . But it is easy to show by induction that f1 q1 :::; a, and so the bound is O(ln b ln a) .

To be precise, a "graph" is a list of dots (called "vertices") and lines (called "edges") joining certain pairs of dots. The 3-Coloring problem for graphs is the task of assigning one of three colors to each vertex in such a way that no two vertices that are joined by an edge have the same color. An example of a 3-colorable graph is shown at the top of the next page. The term "input" refers to all the information that must be specified in order to describe an instance of the problem. In Integer Factorization the input is simply the integer N.

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