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Acuña] Consider a graph algorithm with a growth function on V and E: f(V, E). How would you convert f(VE) to f(V) such that f(VE)-O(9(n) =f(V}? (That is, convert a growth function of two variables to be of one variable in such a way that the Big-Oh bound for the one variable function will hold for the two variable function.) Explain the steps in creating f, and explain why your idea works. HTML Editor T12pt Paragraph 0 words Show transcribed image text Acuña] Consider a graph algorithm with a growth function on V and E: f(V, E). How would you convert f(VE) to f(V) such that f(VE)-O(9(n) =f(V}? (That is, convert a growth function of two variables to be of one variable in such a way that the Big-Oh bound for the one variable function will hold for the two variable function.) Explain the steps in creating f, and explain why your idea works. HTML Editor T12pt Paragraph 0 words

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