For a nonempty set B that is a subset of the Real Numbers, one can define the greatest lower bound inf(B) (for infimum) of B. Give the precise definition for inf(B) and prove that it is unique if it exists. Also define min(B)

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- Mar 30th 2011, 03:56 AMjstarks44444Greatest Lower Bound project
For a nonempty set B that is a subset of the Real Numbers, one can define the greatest lower bound inf(B) (for infimum) of B. Give the precise definition for inf(B) and prove that it is unique if it exists. Also define min(B)

Thanks for the help! - Mar 30th 2011, 04:14 AMPlato
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