P.S. common notation and simlilarly for the other. What it means is "take the bigger value of or at x"
Thank you Drexel. However, I'm having trouble seeing where you got and . If you could explain to me how these came to be? (something with the definition of continuity? I haven't gotten to any value theorems yet)
Thank you Drexel. However, I'm having trouble seeing where you got and . If you could explain to me how these came to be? (something with the definition of continuity? I haven't gotten to any value theorems yet)
No. That's the definition of min and max. Just try it out. "If is bigger than ..."