See Q6 on attached document....
Part (a) is just a definition and is simple enough.
Part (b) i got an answer 10/64\(\displaystyle \epsilon\) using the "big top/small bottom" technique. Was this the right way to do it?
Part (c) i have no idea how to tackle these types of questions so was hoping someone would be able to walk me through the theory for them.
Thanks
Part (a) is just a definition and is simple enough.
Part (b) i got an answer 10/64\(\displaystyle \epsilon\) using the "big top/small bottom" technique. Was this the right way to do it?
Part (c) i have no idea how to tackle these types of questions so was hoping someone would be able to walk me through the theory for them.
Thanks
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