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    Easy analysis proof help

    Homework Statement Prove that D={\frac{m}{2^{n}} : n\in N , m=0,1,2,...,2^{n}} (dyatic rationals set) is dense on [0,1] , i.e. if (a,b) \subset [0,1] then (a,b) \bigcap D \neq emptyset Homework Equations The Attempt at a Solution Is it wrong if I just state that because a,b\in\Re we know...
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