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Question: pls help me solve problems 1516 quotproof through real analysisquot...

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Remember that often (not always) a good way to prove that a quantified statement is FALSE is to prove that the negation is TRUE. When you are starting with a universally quantified statement, this amounts to giving a counterexample (and, of course, proving that the counterexample works) Also, remember that when proving an existential statement, your proof should be as simple and specific as possible Also, always start a proof by using the word proof or synonymous words to indicate to your reader that you are now starting a proof of the previous statement The statements below are repeated on the next two pages, with more room between the statements. 1.3 r in the interval (1 5, π] such that r 2.Vx in the interval (1.5, π], x 2. 3.3x such that x2#2. 2 5. 3x such that x2--2. 7·ヨ such that x + 4--2. 9.3 x such that x-x=0 13. x,ョy so that xy = 1. 14.3, so that V x, xy-1. pls help me solve problems 15,16, "proof through real analysis" is textbook

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