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comment partitioning a set using a non-equivalence relation
Your answer got me thinking and resulted in another, more specific, question: math.stackexchange.com/q/798004/50256
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comment how to quantify sharpness of “threshold”
what worries me is that the third derivative (or any other derivative for that matter) are only evaluated on a specific point X0. In general I have second thoughts as to how well inflection points convey the idea of a threshold. E.g., in the case of experimental data and not nice analytic functions you could have multiple inflection points and I don't know how you would measure the concept of the data points moving rapidly from one plateau to another.
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comment “such that” logical symbol
Yeah I think I made a mistake in the question in that the square root should be defined as a single number (the "principal square root"), and not as a set, so I think from a strict mathematical perspective your answer is the correct one.
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comment “such that” logical symbol
@Andrews I thought the reverse Greek epsilon was for 'exists'
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