Problem 19

Paul Falcone 11 Feb 2008 02:33

Sir, can we assume that the sum of two continuous functions is continous? I wrote a proof for part 19.b under this assumption (I let g(x)=f(x)-x).

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Problem 19

Summary:

Sum of continuous functions continuous?
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