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# Let Let Show that no possible > 0 satisfies the following

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Problem 57E

Let Let Show that no possible ? > 0 satisfies the following condition:For all x, 0 < |x – 1| < ? |ƒ(x) – 2| < 1/2.That is, for each ? > 0 show that there is a value of x such that0 < |x – 1| < ? and |ƒ(x) – 2| ? 1/2.This will show that b. Show that c. Show that

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