Little-o notation

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Little-o notation is a notation representing the behavior of a limit of a function at a given value. The statement

can be intuitively interpreted as saying that g(x) grows much faster than f(x) at a, or, more mathematically,

Or, in cases where there is a third function, h(x):

For example:

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