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Jan. 25, 2022, 2:43 p.m. | /u/SQL_beginner

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For this theorem to work, i.e. for the function fϵfϵ to approximate the function ff at some arbitrary level of precision - this theorem seems to specifically require that the function σσ to not be a polynomial.

In a certain sense, it seems like being polynomial here has a negative connotation, in the sense that it might prevent the results of this theorem from being true.

Regarding this, I had the following questions:

Could this theorem have been written …

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