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I have a exam tomorrow and the teacher allow us to consult anthing that we want.

So i thinking if exist any "table" that show the theta and big-oh for some common recursive formulas.

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Check out the "Master theorem". – Yuval Filmus Apr 27 '11 at 0:20
    
Even I think this is not the type of question expected here, I suggest you read this – Anonymous Apr 27 '11 at 0:20
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Off-topic here, not research-level. – Jukka Suomela Apr 27 '11 at 0:36
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I removed the [complexity-classes] tag. Just in case, it does not mean courses in complexity theory. – Tsuyoshi Ito Apr 27 '11 at 1:42

Just to take this of the unanswered question list: Many recursive formulas can be solved using the Master theorem, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Master_theorem.

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