Please Help With New Problem...due Wednsday!!! The question is the following.. For all x f(x+1) = f(x)+1 a. f(x) has to be unbroken b. f(x) is non-linear I just have to come up with ANY example of f(x) for that to be true. So basically come up with any function which is unbroken and is not linear so that f(x+1) = f(x)+1 is true. One example that he showed us in class was the step function, but he said we can't use that..so we have to make 1 up...can someone please HELP ME???? I though i had it with f(x) = |x^2| , but i am not sure.. f(x^2 + 1) = f(x^2) + 1??