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Originally Posted by ctallardc
k (break point) is a fix value for a given type of hypothesis (problem) .
k do not depend of N, it is bound to N. Correct?

You are correct, but I am not sure what you mean by the last part. The bound
creates is on the growth function
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Also there is 2 option for growth function:
1if there is not a break point then
2if there is break point , which is polynomial of degree k

Correct.