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Topic: Introduction to proofs
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Introduction to proofs
Posted: Sep 12, 2010 8:02 PM
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It seems simple enough, but my mind is blank on how to show the proof of the problem...true/false

If a and b are integers with a - b > 0 and b - a > 0, then a does not equal B.



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