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Is Calculus Bull*hit?

The hallmark of a calculus course is epsilon-delta proofs. As one moves closer and closer to a point of interest (reducing δ, the distance from the point-of-interest), the phenomenon’s measure is bounded by something times ε, a linear error term. … Continue reading

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