Suppose that S is a nonempty bounded set of real numbers and T is a nonempty subset of S. Show that T is bounded
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Originally Posted by wopashui Suppose that S is a nonempty bounded set of real numbers and T is a nonempty subset of S. Show that T is bounded
Originally Posted by Plato how does this mean T is boundness, bounded above or below?
The statement that is a bounded set of real numbers means that . Therefore . That shows that is bounded.
Originally Posted by wopashui how does this mean T is boundness, bounded above or below? Saying that a set of real numbers is "bounded" means it has both upper and lower bounds.
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