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"Any real numbers x and y with 0 < x < y, there exist positive integers p

and q such that the irrational number s =( p√2)/q is in the interval (x; y)."

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"Any real numbers x and y with 0 < x < y, there exist positive integers p

and q such that the irrational number s =( p√2)/q is in the interval (x; y)."

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Do you know that the rationals are dense in the reals?? What does that mean??

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