Hello, I have the following statement: "Function f.i is non-decreasing as i increases." Does anyone know how I can translate this statement into its Predicate? Thanks!
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Originally Posted by inthedl Hello, I have the following statement: "Function f.i is non-decreasing as i increases." Does anyone know how I can translate this statement into its Predicate? Thanks! $\displaystyle \forall x\forall y$[ x$\displaystyle \leq$ y=====> ~f(x)$\displaystyle \geq$ f(y)]. Which is equivalent to: $\displaystyle \forall x\forall y$[ x$\displaystyle \leq$ y=====> f(x)< f(y)]. The predicates here being the inequality symbols
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