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This theorem is from Shiryaev. Can someone PLEASE explain how they are using the little o notation here. It makes no sense to me how they say that a FIXED real number is little o of something. I thought f(n) = o(g(n)) mean that for ever c>0 there exists an n_o such that when n => n_0, f(n)<cg(n).
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