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!
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!