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March 19th, 2017, 08:45 AM   #1
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Smile prove that there exist m, positive integer

How to prove that tere exists positive integer "m" such that,
m-1<=x<m w
ith x>0 and x is a real number.
please help me!

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If x is a positive real number there is an integer n so that x-n <0. m s smallest such n.
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