(Section 2.7: Precise Definitions of Limits) 2.7.2 (Figure 2.7.b) When Does Player xWin?This lottery is different from most in that more than one player can win, and it is sufficient for a player to be “close enough” to the exact winning number (L=5here) in order to win. In particular, we say that player xwins x±a()±that player’s lottery number, fx, is strictly within ±units of L, where >0. The Greek letter (“epsilon”) often represents a small positive quantity. Here, we can think of
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