Convergence in the Mean. I attached a picture of a handwritten proof cuz I don't know how to use Latex and there is too much hullabaloo to type it out without the notation.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm wondering if my proof is legit - i make the size of 1/n be less than epsilon/kM....i'm not sure....hmmmmmmm, I think it's fine though because that k is fixed.

Let me know if my proof is satisfactory.

a .jpg file is attached with the proof.

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# Convergence to the Mean

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