Hi guys, I'm doing a case by case proof of from Spivak, and he says: When and , we must prove that: I'm a bit stuck on his line of reasoning, could someone explain why we have to prove the above?
Last edited by rowe; June 5th 2010 at 05:28 AM.
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Originally Posted by rowe I'm doing a case by case proof of from Spivak, and he says You cannot prove because it is not true. So exactly what is the correct statement of this problem?
Typo, sorry. Fixed original post
Originally Posted by rowe Hi guys, I'm doing a case by case proof of from Spivak, and he says: When and , we must prove that: I'm a bit stuck on his line of reasoning, could someone explain why we have to prove the above? Hi If then and if then Therefore when and ,
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