• anonymous
Suppose $$E\subset R$$, $$z\in R$$ and $$x\le z \forall x\in E$$. The upper bound $$z_0$$ of the set E is called the least upper bound of E if every other upper bound z of E is greater than or equal to $$z_0$$. Why is $$z_0$$ unique?
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