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It is often denoted by [x]. It is also called the floor of x and is denoted by x in computer science. The number x − x is called the fractional part of x. We observe that 0 ≤ x − x < 1. 13 (Density of Q in R). Given a, b ∈ R with a < b, there exists r ∈ Q such that a < x < b. Strategy: Assuming the existence of such an r, we write it as r = m with n > 0. n So, we have a < m < b, that is, na < y < nb. Thus we are claiming that the interval n (nx, ny) contains an integer. It is geometrically obvious that a sufficient condition for an interval J = (α, β) to have an integer in it is that its length β − α is greater than 1.

Tn be non-negative real numbers such that t1 +· · ·+tn = 1. Show that t1 a1 + · · · + tn an ∈ [m, M ]. 27 (Exercises on LUB and GLB properties of R). (1) What can you say about A if lub A = glb A? (2) Prove that α ∈ R is the lub of A iff (i) α is an upper bound of A and (ii) for any ε > 0, there exists x ∈ A such that x > α − ε. Formulate an analogue for glb. (3) Let A, B be nonempty subsets of R with A ⊂ B. Prove glb B ≤ glb A ≤ lub A ≤ lub B. (4) Let A = {ai : i ∈ I} and B = {bi : i ∈ I} be nonempty subsets of R indexed by I.

19. 7: Figure 3. Let a ≤ x ≤ b. Then by law of trichotomy, exactly one of the following is true. (i) x < c, (ii) x > c, or (iii) x = c. In the first case, |x − a| = x − a < c − a < b − a = |b − a|. Hence such an x∈ / A. In the second, |x − b| = b − x > b − c = (a + b)/2 whereas |x − a| = x − a > c − a = (a + b)/2. Hence x ∈ / A. Clearly, c ∈ A. Hence we conclude that A = {(a + b)/2}. What happens when a = b? In this case, A = R. 24 CHAPTER 1. REAL NUMBER SYSTEM x+2 (2) A := {x ∈ R : x−1 < 4} = (−∞, 1) ∪ (2, ∞).