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Real Analysis -- Real Numbers/Integers Theory

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Let x be a real number, and let N be an integer ≥ 2. Prove that there exist integers P and Q such that:

1 &#8804; q &#8804; N and absolute value of [x-(P/Q)] < 1/(QN)

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A real analysis for integer theory is examined.

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