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[calculus]The example of ε-δ definition problem

In the last meal [calculus]The clarification of ε-δ definition, we knew the actual meaning of $latex \varepsilon -\delta$ definition. This time we are going to use it. In this dish, I will show you the basic problem in $latex \varepsilon -\delta$ definition. Hope to make you understand clearly!

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[calculus]The clarification of ε-δ definition

I believe that you learned the simple concepts of limit, integral and differential when you met calculus for the first time. However, when we want to learn deeper, there is a strange thing called \(\varepsilon -\delta\) definition in the chapter 1. We might memorize this stuff but don’t understand clearly. This article will help you to clarify the concept about the definition. Preconcept function In short, function is a thing that you give something to it, and something else will

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Three Doors Problem-Monty Hall Problem in the Movie 21

“Suppose you are in a game show, and you are given a chance to choose three different door. Now behind one of the doors is a new car, and behind the other two are goats. Which door would you choose?”
In the movie 21, Professor Mickey asked a question in his class. The play of the talk between Mickey and Ben impressed a lot of people. In fact, the question in the movie is a classic question – Monty Hall problem! Let’s take a look!

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College

[calculus]The example of ε-δ definition problem

In the last meal [calculus]The clarification of ε-δ definition, we knew the actual meaning of $latex \varepsilon -\delta$ definition. This time we are going to use it. In this dish, I will show you the basic problem in $latex \varepsilon -\delta$ definition. Hope to make you understand clearly!

Go and Taste »
goat
College

Three Doors Problem-Monty Hall Problem in the Movie 21

“Suppose you are in a game show, and you are given a chance to choose three different door. Now behind one of the doors is a new car, and behind the other two are goats. Which door would you choose?”
In the movie 21, Professor Mickey asked a question in his class. The play of the talk between Mickey and Ben impressed a lot of people. In fact, the question in the movie is a classic question – Monty Hall problem! Let’s take a look!

Go and Taste »

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