between any two real numbers, there exists another real number

the proof may be started with "let x and y represent two different real numbers"

4 years ago

Answered By John Luke W

How can you show that there's a midpoint, C, (think: average) that exists between A and B, where A<B and A and B are real numbers? The proof is very, very short!

4 years ago

## Answered By John Luke W

How can you show that there's a midpoint, C, (think: average) that exists between A and B, where A<B and A and B are real numbers? The proof is very, very short!