¹ *Source: wiktionary.com*

### Definition of Epsilons

**1.** epsilon [n] - See also: epsilon

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Epsilons

### Literary usage of Epsilons

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

**1.** *The Elements of the Differential and Integral Calculus: Based on* by Jacob William Albert Young, Charles Elijah Linebarger, Walther Nernst, Arthur Schoenflies (1900)

"Properties of **epsilons**. 1. 7V/e mm of a fixed number of **epsilons** is an epsilon.
... Let the number of **epsilons** be n. Then, however small the sum may be ..."**2.** *The Elements of the Differential and Integral Calculus: Based on* by Jacob William Albert Young, Charles Elijah Linebarger, Walther Nernst, Arthur Schoenflies (1900)

"To show this we have to show that this sum can be made small at will. Let the
number of **epsilons** be n. Then, however small the sum may be desired to ..."**3.** *The Elements of the Differential and Integral Calculus: Based on* by Jacob William Albert Young, Charles Elijah Linebarger, Walther Nernst, Arthur Schoenflies (1900)

"Properties of **epsilons**. 1. The sum of a fixed number of **epsilons** is an epsilon.
To show this we have to show that this sum can be made small at will. ..."**4.** *A Greek Reader: Selected Principally from the Work of Frederic Jacobs* by Charles Anthon (1854)

"As the 17 is in the thesis of the foot, it ought, strictly speaking, to lose one
of its **epsilons** before the succeeding vowel, and then remain short. 9. ..."**5.** *The Greek Reader* by Friedrich Jacobs (1851)

"The ;; loses one of its two component **epsilons**, and the remaining one ... The TI
in nij loses one of its component **epsilons**, but the remaining one, ..."**6.** *Sas/stat 9.1 User's Guide* by SAS Institute, Virginia Clark (2004)

"... variables CLASS statement default when there are multiple dependent variables
with different patterns of missing values **epsilons** Greenhouse-Geisser and ..."