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    Prove No Uniform.

    Show \exists f,g uni. cont. on (0,1) with g(x)>0, \forall x \in (0,1), s.t. f/g is not uni. cont. on (0,1)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Math2010 View Post
    Show \exists f,g uni. cont. on (0,1) with g(x)>0, \forall x \in (0,1), s.t. f/g is not uni. cont. on (0,1)
    f(x)=1,g(x)=x?
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