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    graph

    draw graph of 1+x-[x]=y

    where[x]=greatest integer function
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    Well, I like to think that you observed y \in [1, 2).

    Now, give x some values and see what happens. You can take z=x-[x] \in [0, 1).

    f(x)=1+{x} is periodical with T=1, so you can draw the graph for x \in [0,1).
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    Quote Originally Posted by veileen View Post
    Well, I like to think that you observed y \in [1, 2).

    Now, give x some values and see what happens. You can take z=x-[x] \in [0, 1).

    f(x)=1+{x} is periodical with T=1, so you can draw the graph for x \in [0,1).
    can yu please show me the graph
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    Quote Originally Posted by prasum View Post
    can yu please show me the graph
    What part of the help you have been given do you not understand? You need to show some effort now and say where you're stuck if you still need help.
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