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I disagree with other answers that blame the problems exclusively on thin $0<f<ε$thin $0<f<ε$ or the no touching theoryno touching theory. A counterexample was already given in the last graphs of this answer where the region of interest is about 30% of the plot region. Unless we have access to ContourPlot code, we are really guessing.

I disagree with other answers that blame the problems exclusively on thin $0<f<ε$ or the no touching theory. A counterexample was already given in the last graphs of this answer where the region of interest is about 30% of the plot region. Unless we have access to ContourPlot code, we are really guessing.

I disagree with other answers that blame the problems exclusively on thin $0<f<ε$ or the no touching theory. A counterexample was already given in the last graphs of this answer where the region of interest is about 30% of the plot region. Unless we have access to ContourPlot code, we are really guessing.

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I disagree with other answers that blame the problems exclusively on thin $0<f<ε$ or the no touching theory. A counterexample was already given in the last graphs of this answer where the region $0<f<ε$of interest is about 30% of the plot region. Unless we have access to ContourPlot code, we are really guessing.

I disagree with other answers that blame the problems exclusively on thin $0<f<ε$ or the no touching theory. A counterexample was already given in the last graphs of this answer where the region $0<f<ε$ is about 30% of the plot region. Unless we have access to ContourPlot code, we are really guessing.

I disagree with other answers that blame the problems exclusively on thin $0<f<ε$ or the no touching theory. A counterexample was already given in the last graphs of this answer where the region of interest is about 30% of the plot region. Unless we have access to ContourPlot code, we are really guessing.

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I disagree with other answers that blame the problems exclusively on thin $0<f<ε$ or the no touching theoryno touching theory. A counterexample was already given in the last graphs of this answer where the region $0<f<ε$ is about 30% of the plot region. Unless we have access to ContourPlot code, we are really guessing.

I disagree with other answers that blame the problems on thin $0<f<ε$ or the no touching theory. A counterexample was already given in the last graphs of this answer where the region $0<f<ε$ is about 30% of the plot region. Unless we have access to ContourPlot code, we are really guessing.

I disagree with other answers that blame the problems exclusively on thin $0<f<ε$ or the no touching theory. A counterexample was already given in the last graphs of this answer where the region $0<f<ε$ is about 30% of the plot region. Unless we have access to ContourPlot code, we are really guessing.

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