Use the WOP of N to prove that there is no such that 0<n<1
I am a bit puzzled by the wording of this question.
I my experience the following is a standard theorem: .
The unique integer is of course the floor of .
I see what putnam120 is trying to do. But I an not at all sure where W.O. be used.
The theorem I quoted above with give the result at once.
PS. Of course, this is all mute if your course includes a rigorous construction of the natural numbers.
W.O. states that every set of non-negative integers has a least element. Thus since only contains non-negative integers it to must have a minimal element. So using the construction I started you show that the set doesn't have a minimal element.
I usually see defined as follows:
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