This section is devoted to studying the Gaussian Isoperimetric Inequality. This inequality is a special case of the Borell Isoperimetric Inequality (and hence also a special case of the General-Volume Majority Is Stablest Theorem); in particular, it’s the special case arising from the limit $\rho \to 1^{-}$.

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