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A function f: R->R is a continuous function such that f(q) = q for every rational number q.
Prove f(y) = y for every real number y.
I know every irrational number is the limit to a sequence of rational numbers. But I not sure how to prove f(y) = y for every real number y. Any ideas?
Prove f(y) = y for every real number y.
I know every irrational number is the limit to a sequence of rational numbers. But I not sure how to prove f(y) = y for every real number y. Any ideas?