What would the graph of the following function look like?

\[\] \( f(x) = 1 \) when \(x\) is rational, and \[\] \( f(x) = 2 \) when \(x\) is irrational.

What would the graph of the following function look like?

\[\] \( f(x) = 1 \) when \(x\) is rational, and \[\] \( f(x) = 2 \) when \(x\) is irrational.

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TopNewestThere are an uncountable number of irrational numbers but only a countable number of rationals so there would be many many more 2s than 1s. – Omkar Kamat · 2 years, 9 months ago

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