Real Analysis
Would like full solutions to these two epsilon delta questions

2 questions. Epsilon delta proof
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Thanks! In your boxed answer how did you get 3epsilon/4?

See the computations right after the box which leads to 4/3. So you need 3/4 epsilon to get epsilon as the final estimate.

Ok i see it. It’s f(1)

Got it. Thanks again.
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