Give a complete, formal proof of the following statement: Ifa is an element of the real numbers, then there exists a negative

integer n such that n < a.

I know its related to the archimedean property but cant find the proof anywhere.

Cheers!

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- Aug 11th 2010, 12:44 PMNappyCan anyone help me with this proof?Give a complete, formal proof of the following statement: Ifa is an element of the real numbers, then there exists a negative

integer n such that n < a.

I know its related to the archimedean property but cant find the proof anywhere.

Cheers! - Aug 11th 2010, 12:58 PMundefined
- Aug 11th 2010, 01:01 PMPlato