Find a number δ > 0 such that for all x,
0 < absolute value (x-x0) < δ → absolute value (f(x) - L) < ϵ
f(x)=4/x, x0=2, ϵ=0.4
Please explain in detail. Unfortunately, my school took a long time to fix my schedule so I was not put into AP BC Calculus until 2 or so weeks in today so much of the foundation is missing but I'm studying on my own to catch up.

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Also, please explain the symbols.

they are just variable
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