Any help with this proof would be appreciated: If x1 and x2 are least upper bounds for A, then x1 = x2 least upper bound of A is denoted by sup(A) Thanks!
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The least upper bound means "less than or equal to any upper bound." Thus, x1 <= x2 and x2 <= x1. Also, <= is antisymmetric.
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