Express the function \(n^3/1000 - 100n^2 - 100n + 3\) in terms of \(\Theta\)-notation.

The highest order of \(n\) term of the function ignoring the constant coefficient is \(n^3\). So, the function in \(\Theta\)-notation will be \(\Theta(n^3)\).

Express the function \(n^3/1000 - 100n^2 - 100n + 3\) in terms of \(\Theta\)-notation.

The highest order of \(n\) term of the function ignoring the constant coefficient is \(n^3\). So, the function in \(\Theta\)-notation will be \(\Theta(n^3)\).