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    how to show show this proof using MAX

    i know that the fundamental law is using maximum in the red marked areas

    but here
    http://img105.imageshack.us/img105/6868/23385717yq6.gif
    they use MIN because its 1/expression

    ??
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    What exactly is your question? You have just made a statement about max!
    In the proof, by letting \delta  = \min \left\{ {1,\frac{\varepsilon }<br />
{{11}}} \right\} the author insures both the previous conditions will remain true.
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    i saw a similar proof that i published before which is very similar to this one but uses MAX
    and i am puzzled
    why?
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