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Hi;
It's ok, I won't bite you. I'll just return to it when I know more about those things.
This is more usually discussed in Numerical analysis and is not covered in the standard curriculum. Please understand to actually describe what that symbol means I would have to go into absolute error, relative error and actual error. Since it is not necessary for this discussion I stated it not very rigorously.
Ahh, never seen this topic ... Anyway, Ill return to it another time. By the way, could you go see my topic in exercices please ??? thanks
It describes a limiting factor for instance or This means that as n approaches infinity the approximation on the right ( Stirling's ) gets better and better. ( loosely stated )
Thank you, even if I have no idea what It means xD But thanks again
Hi;
Can somebody tell me what is the meaning of this symbol : Is it approximation ? 