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We're Getting Mutants in the MCU - The Loop

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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: