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#### conscipost

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- Jan 26, 2012

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If x is an element of real numbers, define B(x) to be the set of all numbers b^t,

where t is rational and t<=x

Prove that b^r=sup(B(r)) when r is rational.

I had a proof by contradiction in mind, but I am having trouble furnishing it.

Thanks,