Does anyone know a theorm in number theory or mathematics that could be used to prove the following problem: Given a function f(x) = x sq. Graph the function and with two vertical lines, divide the area under the graph such that the two areas are equal. Denote the point on the x-axis where the first vertical line intersects as point a. Denote the point on the x-axis where the second vertical line intersects as point b. Denote point c on the x-axis as the maximum number in the domain of the function. Thus, the area above the line segment from 0 to a is equal to the area above the line segment from b to c. Prove that the line segment from 0 to a is always incommensurable with the line segment from b to c.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Incommensurable Proof

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