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Feb2312, 02:19 PM

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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
What's the first x value which satisfies x3>0? 2. Relevant equations x3>0 3. The attempt at a solution 3 + an infinitesimal number would satisfy this, but I have no idea how to write it down in a proper algebraic form. 



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Feb2312, 02:30 PM

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Feb2312, 02:31 PM

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Feb2312, 02:34 PM

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First x which satisfies x3>0
There is no smallest real number that is greater than 3.



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