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Real Single-Variable Analysis Problem

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Let x be an irrational number. Prove that there exist infinitely many fractions (p/q) with p and q as integers such that:

abs(x-[p/q]) < 1/(q^2)

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A real single-variable analysis is examined. The expert proves that there exists infinitely many fractions.

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