Dear All Hello I have one question on convergence in probability as attached, could u please help me to solve it thank you Nidhal
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If $\displaystyle x- y< \epsilon/2$ and $\displaystyle y- z< \epsilon/2$, then $\displaystyle x- z= (x- y)+ (y- z)< \epsilon$.
Dear HallsofIvy Thank you for your reply, could you please discuss about the answer to let me understand x converge in probability to y does it mean x-y<epsilon/2 please clarify the answer Thank you Nidhal
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