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Sketch the graph of a function f defined on the domain [0,1] that satisfies the following conditions, or prove that this is impossible: f is continuous on [0,1], its maximum value is 5, but it doesn't have a minimum

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[0, 1] is the domain of the function, not one of its points.

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Sweet. Thanks shankvee...that's exactly what I have, except I think the uppermost point should be (1, 5)
right?

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Yeah thats the uppermost point in my graph too.

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Cool. It looked like a 0, but I know it can be difficult to draw on here. Thanks very much!!!!!!!!

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