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Converges if there is a number x such that for any number E>O, there is a number k (which can depend on E) such that Ixj xl < E whenever j > k. I . . - convex If such a number x eXISts, It 18 f set hich all egcalled the limit of the sequence ~ a set 0 pomts om w fSth 1 x2 3 i ments connectmg pomts 0 e x, , x set lie entirely in the set; There - convergence in probability ~ are three things one can do to a sequence of random variables i see if a figure is convex look for Xl, X2, X3 converges in : "dents", extend the segments probability if there is a random ~ (they shouldn't enter the figvariable X such that for any jure), and connect any two number E>O, the sequence of : points within the figure with a numbers P( IXI XI < e), P( 1X2 ~ segment (if any part of the segXI < e), P( IX3 XI < e), .