Suppose that . Show that if for all , then . Prove by contradiction and by choosing . I have a standard proof for how to solve this, but not a contradictory proof (which is what I need). Can someone help with that?
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If you assume that then makes sense. That is by contradiction.
Originally Posted by Plato If you assume that then makes sense. That is by contradiction. I'm afraid I don't fully understand how these things can be applied. The answer sounds right, but I can't slot it into my proof correctly. How exactly would one show this?
Originally Posted by Runty I'm afraid I don't fully understand how these things can be applied. How exactly would one show this? that is a contradiction.
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