Analysis Is Very Lazy


I like to think of analysis as the laziest field of math, because in the end (the limit), it’s all the same.

Since you just need terms to go to 0 eventually, you end up seeing expressions like \(\epsilon = \frac{\epsilon}{3}\) all the time.

You can really fudge the error terms in a proof, since in the end it doesn’t matter anyway.

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