# Math Help - a real number proof question..

1. ## a real number proof question..

i got a real number called "x"

prove that if it follows this rule n>x>=0

for every real and positive "n"

then "x" must have the value x=0

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i dont know how to solve it because
from this expression
n>x>=0

"x" must not be equaled to 0

i cant see the way to solve it

??

2. Think about this:
They´re telling you that a positive real number x is smaller than ANY positive real number n. So n "pushes" x to the 0.
That´s not even close to a proof, but it may help you, since for what I read you were not getting the idea of the proposition...