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Clarification on iso efficiency


#1

On page I-81in the notes, I can see that the relation n=C^(3/2)p will let E_p be constant, but we then conclude that the iso efficiency is C^2p^3 as opposed to C^(3/2)p which I don’t understand why.

Is this because t_1(n) = n^3?


#2

Yes, it comes from the definition of iso-efficiency.