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Discussion on: Big O Notation: O(N!)

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Steve Geluso

Nice write up. I like the super clear examples with the tables showing how 2^N grows compared to N!. It you would have asked me before reading this I don't think I would have known off the top of my head which was worse!

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Joseph Trettevik Author

Thanks, Steve! I was surprised by how much worse N! was as well. Doing the research for this post was really fun.