Show these statements are true

Consider the 10 numbers 0.06, 0.55, 0.77, 0.39, 0.96 , 0.28 , 0.64 , 0.13 , 0.88 , 0.48 - all in the interval (0,1) . Show by calculation that each of the following nine statements is true:

The first 2 numbers are in the diff. halves of (0,1).

The first 3 numbers are in the diff. thirds of (0,1)

The first 4 numbers are in the diff. fourths of (0,1)

The first 5 numbers are in the diff. fifths of (0,1)

The first 6 numbers are in the diff. sixths of (0,1)

The first 7 numbers are in the diff. sevenths of (0,1)

The first 8 numbers are in the diff. eights of (0,1)

The first 9 numbers are in the diff. ninths of (0,1)

The first 10 numbers are in the diff. tenths of (0,1)

[all caps edited out- peter]

Note by John Rey Gelpe
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Don't scream at us like that!

Tim Vermeulen - 4 years, 11 months ago

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