This question is not an difficult one, and there are many ways to solve it.

**Method 1: Iterative**

check if n can be divided by 2. If yes, divide n by 2 and check it repeatedly.

```
if(n==0) return false;
while(n%2==0) n/=2;
return (n==1);
```

Time complexity = O(log n)

**Method 2: Recursive**

```
return n>0 && (n==1 || (n%2==0 && isPowerOfTwo(n/2)));
```

Time complexity = O(log n)

**Method 3: Bit operation**

If n is the power of two:

- n = 2 ^ 0 = 1 = 0b0000...00000001, and (n - 1) = 0 = 0b0000...0000.
- n = 2 ^ 1 = 2 = 0b0000...00000010, and (n - 1) = 1 = 0b0000...0001.
- n = 2 ^ 2 = 4 = 0b0000...00000100, and (n - 1) = 3 = 0b0000...0011.
- n = 2 ^ 3 = 8 = 0b0000...00001000, and (n - 1) = 7 = 0b0000...0111.

we have n & (n-1) == 0b0000...0000 == 0

Otherwise, n & (n-1) != 0.

For example, n =14 = 0b0000...1110, and (n - 1) = 13 = 0b0000...1101.

```
return n>0 && ((n & (n-1)) == 0);
```

Time complexity = O(1)

**Method 4: Math derivation**

Because the range of an integer = -2147483648 (-2^31) ~ 2147483647 (2^31-1), the max possible power of two = 2^30 = 1073741824.

(1) If n is the power of two, let n = 2^k, where k is an integer.

We have 2^30 = (2^k) * 2^(30-k), which means (2^30 % 2^k) == 0.

(2) If n is not the power of two, let n = j*(2^k), where k is an integer and j is an odd number.

We have (2^30 % j*(2^k)) == (2^(30-k) % j) != 0.

```
return n>0 && (1073741824 % n == 0);
```

Time complexity = O(1)