I need help proving the following: If p and q are rational numbers with p<q, then there exists a rational number x such with p<x<q. Thanks in advanced. It is a constructive proof.
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Originally Posted by eg37se I need help proving the following: If p and q are rational numbers with p<q, then there exists a rational number x such with p<x<q. Thanks in advanced. It is a constructive proof. hint: the average of two rational numbers is also a rational number..
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