Posted by **Sarah** on Tuesday, March 19, 2013 at 10:40pm.

Often, after graduation, students report that they can barely remember some of the concepts they studied in school. This is particularly true if a difficult concept is introduced. As asymptotic notation is perhaps one of the most difficult concepts to grasp and apply in this course, you may find yourself saying something similar about this week's material after your graduation.

Is asymptotic notation important according to you? Will you use this concept after you have completed this course? Why or why not?

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