### Other Chapters For 12th

• 12th-class Geography Chapter 6

Development implies the overall improvement in the economic, social and political conditions of...
• 12th-class Geography Chapter 5

Major and minor industrial regions – factors governing their growth.Location, production and...
• 12th-class Geography Chapter 4

Railways, Roadways, Water transport (inland and coastal), Air transport, Pipelines.Communication...
• 12th-class Geography Chapter 3

Need for environmental management vis-àvis development.Land resources: Land use pattern in India...
• 12th-class Geography Chapter 2

Population of India compared to six countries - China, Australia, USA, Canada, Russia and...
• 12th-class Geography Chapter 1

Locational setting of India,Structure of India, Climate of India, Factors affecting the climate...
• 12th-class History Chapter 11

The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is one of the world's longest-running and most...
• 12th-class History Chapter 10

Racial Problems, Civil Rights and Feminist Movement in USA Anti-Apartheid Movement in...
• 12th-class History Chapter 9

During World War II, the United States and the Soviet Union fought together as allies against...
• 12th-class History Chapter 8

The main cause of decolonization of Asia was due to the fact every country that have been...

# 12th Class Chapter No 14 - Complexity and big O notation in Computers for ISC

Big O notation is the most common metric for calculating time complexity. It describes the execution time of a task in relation to the number of steps required to complete it. A task can be handled using one of many algorithms, each of varying complexity and scalability over time.

Big O notation is a mathematical notation that describes the limiting behavior of a function when the argument tends towards a particular value or infinity.

With Big O notation, we use the size of the input, which we call " n." So we can say things like the runtime grows "on the order of the size of the input" ( O ( n ) O O) or "on the order of the square of the size of the input" ( O ( n 2 ) O(n^2) O(n2)).
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### ISC 12th CLASS Computers OTHER CHAPTERS

• 12th-class Computers Chapter 13

In computer science, a data structure is a data organization, management, and storage format...
• 12th-class Computers Chapter 12

Polymorphism means "many forms", and it occurs when we have many classes that are related to...
• 12th-class Computers Chapter 11

The process in which a function calls itself directly or indirectly is called recursion and the...
• 12th-class Computers Chapter 10

An array is a collection of like variables that share a single name. Usually, the array size is...
• 12th-class Computers Chapter 9

Functions/methods (as abstractions for complex user defined operations on objects), functions...
• 12th-class Computers Chapter 8

Statements; conditional (if, if-then-else, switchbreak, ?: ternary operator), looping (for,...
• 12th-class Computers Chapter 7

Variables as names for values; expressions (arithmetic and logical) and their...
• 12th-class Computers Chapter 6

Wrapper classes are objects encapsulating primitive Java types. Each Java primitive has a...
• 12th-class Computers Chapter 5

An object is an abstract data type with the addition of polymorphism and inheritance. Rather...
• 12th-class Computers Chapter 4

Simple: Java is a simple language because its syntax is simple, clean, and easy to understand....