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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi, as I see Lipschitz condition is written as:

|f(x)-f(x')| <= M*|x-x'|

and minimum M is called Lipschitz constant. I would like to ask how the minimum M is found out? For instance for many convergence theorem include Lipschitz condition and no say something about value of M but how M is derived how we can reach out its value??

|f(x)-f(x')| <= M*|x-x'|

and minimum M is called Lipschitz constant. I would like to ask how the minimum M is found out? For instance for many convergence theorem include Lipschitz condition and no say something about value of M but how M is derived how we can reach out its value??