No, it's like saying delta is less than or equal to 1. We still have not said exactly what delta is.
So how come we can say that
5|x-2|<5delta , delta is one in this case no?Why do we still write delta? What am I not getting here?
It's like saying lets assume delta=1, then we get |x+2|<5
We started by
, and then when we go back to the inequality and we say the inequality smaller then 5delta, as if delta is equal to 1 and another number at the same time. I hope I was clear enough to explain the point that I didn't get.
And the other thing that I didn't understand why do we chose the minimum between 1 and epsilon/5? (Maybe I will understand this part if I get the first part..)