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Suppose that we have a sequence of random variables X1, X2,... and there exists positive numbers A0, A1, q such

that P(|Xn| >= epsilon) <= A0e^{-A1 a_n epsilon^q} for all n and a_n an increasing sequence, then Xn = Op(a_n^{-1/q})

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