**From:** Krekoski Ross (*rosskrekoski@gmail.com*)

**Date:** Sun Jun 22 2008 - 21:11:04 MDT

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you can describe the complexity of each descendant with the original code

plus an argument stating the number of iterations the program runs for.

There is no change in complexity.

Ross

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