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In each of 1—6, fill in the blanks using a variable or variables to rewrite the given statement. Given any two distinct real numbers, there is a real number in between them. a. Given any two distinct real numbers a and b, there is a real number c such that c is _____ b. For any two _____ _____ such that c is between a and b.

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ISBN: 9781337694193
Chapter 1.1, Problem 3ES
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In each of 1—6, fill in the blanks using a variable or variables to rewrite the given statement.

Given any two distinct real numbers, there is a real number in between them.

a. Given any two distinct real numbers a and b, there is a real number c such that c is _____
b. For any two _____ _____ such that c is between a and b.

To determine

(a)

The fill up for the statement to rewrite the given statement: Give any two distinct real numbers a and b there is real number c such that c is_____.

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Statement: Given any two distinct real numbers, there is a real number in between them.

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To determine

(b)

The fill up for the statement to rewrite the given statement: For ant two ____, ____ such that c is between a and b.

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