Hi. I was wondering if you could help me solve this. I've tried drawing it but it doesn't work, and anyway, I want to be able to solve it in a more elegant manner.

Thank you.

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- Jan 7th 2013, 09:48 PMwilhelmUnion of untersections
Hi. I was wondering if you could help me solve this. I've tried drawing it but it doesn't work, and anyway, I want to be able to solve it in a more elegant manner.

Thank you. - Jan 8th 2013, 12:27 AMchiroRe: Union of untersections
Hey wilhelm.

I would consider the smallest end-points in magnitude from the origin for each value of m.

The smallest in the negative is -1 and the smallest on the positive side is unbounded (since n/m -> infinity).

So with this you are going to have (-1,infinity) intuitively with the above reasoning (which may be wrong and if it is please point it out). - Jan 8th 2013, 07:44 AMPlatoRe: Union of untersections
- Jan 8th 2013, 11:33 AMwilhelmRe: Union of untersections
Is the answer ?