# From asymptotic notation

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F(n)=O{ [ f(n)]^2}

This statement is true or false

With reason..

It is sometimes true:

For $f(n) = n$, its true, while $f(n) = \frac{1}{n}$ it is not true.

But it is always true for $f(n) = \Omega 1$

I hope you understood it now.
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