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Ok so I have D[tex]\cap[/tex][[tex]x_{0}-\epsilon,x_{0}+\epsilon[/tex]]=E[tex]\cap[/tex][[tex]x_{0}-\epsilon,x_{0}+\epsilon[/tex]].

I wnat to find the largest and smallest that D[tex]\cap[/tex]E can be.

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

For largest I got [tex][x_{0}-\epsilon,x_{0}+\epsilon][/tex]. I feel good about that, but I'm not so sure about smallest. I was thinking x_{0}.

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# Homework Help: Largest and smallest D intersect E can be

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