What is the time complexity of below code?
The loop variable ‘i’ is incremented by 1, 2, 3, 4, … until i becomes greater than or equal to n.
The value of i is x(x+1)/2 after x iterations. So if loop runs x times, then x(x+1)/2 < n. Therefore time complexity can be written as Θ(√n).
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